Seriously ill, Bernard Tapie gives uneasy news of his person this Sunday in an interview with TF1.
Suffering from a stubborn cancer for several years, Bernard Tapie gave his news in an interview with TF1 this Sunday. Sadly gloomy news. ” I’m at the worst point I’ve known for three years », He whispered to journalist Audrey Crespo, as part of the program Sept à Huit.
” I didn’t feel well at all at the start of the summer, we had a scan. And there, 20% of new tumors, and my old ones had doubled », Specifies the former president of OM, winner of the Champions League in 1993. A finding of unfortunate failure while the person concerned observed until now a decline in the disease thanks to an experimental treatment.
“Classic treatments don’t work”
” We had to stop and we looked for another experimental treatment, since traditional treatments do not work. We tried another one on immunotherapy, but I just had the CT scan and they doubled in size again », Confides a Bernard Tapie who despite the pessimism of his doctors has lost none of his legendary combativeness. A man of 77 decidedly resourceful.
“I am at the worst point I have known for 3 years. ”
The life, the love, the death he says he is not afraid of, #BernardTapie confides speechless, but without having lost any of his ardor in the face of @audrey_crespo.
📺 This Sunday, from 6:20 p.m. on @ TF1. pic.twitter.com/5HfjFsgffV
– Seven to Eight (@ 7a8) December 27, 2020
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