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Marco Paulo bravely faces cancer: “I'm sorry to die, I'm not afraid” – Nacional

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Marco Paolo has been undergoing constant treatments and examinations over the past few months. The 78-year-old singer is facing cancer again and it's been a tough battle.

In an exclusive interview with TV Guia, Marco Paolo spoke about complicated times but emphasized that death does not scare him: “I'm sorry to die, I'm not afraid.”

“It was a year filled with a lot of struggle and work,” he laments. He adds: “It was, but I didn't want to deal with things as hard as I could have. And I did… but there is actually a light at the end of the tunnel.” “I had tests two days ago, and I still don't know the results. I still don't know if I'll go back to chemotherapy. Everything will depend on the tests. Tests are used to find out how things are going.” Progress. If more chemotherapy is needed, if other medications are needed. What stage is your cancer? Right now, I have three nodules in my liver. I had to do these tests to determine which medication they would give me. We “have to monitor them to see if they're spreading or if they're under control. The doctors think the lungs will be almost dry.”

“As a precaution, I ordered a CT scan (axial tomography) of the head. You always have to be careful, because this is a small abnormality that spreads throughout the body. So, as a precaution, the doctors ordered tests. To my heart and everything was fine.” , he says in this interview with TV Guia, which you can read in full in print or at Digital format.

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He says: “My whole life has been about applause. If I return… my return may be goodbye.”

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