More than a year has passed since the death of the singer Zhanna Friske from brain cancer. During this time, her husband Dmitry Shepelev released the book "Zhanna Friske", which will hit the shelves at the end of the year. We present an excerpt from the TV presenter's book.
- Please help me, I don't know what to do!
- To begin with, do not rush to think about the bad.
- I don't want to die!
- Calm down, you will not die. Let's go in order.
The phone buzzed with more and more new messages from my friend asking for help, just when I myself would be very much in need of support: my wife was lying on the operating table and, despite the seeming ease of intervention, the hospital situation did not inspire confidence at all. And I, dressed in a baggy green robe, shoe covers and a hat, do not look up, watching what is happening on the internal monitor, now and then looking up from the screen to answer.
- It's just p … c. I have a wife and a small child.
- You can handle it. Have you studied the diagnosis?
- Yes, I need an operation.
- Look for a doctor and write down another surgeon's phone number. Ironically, he stands opposite. Call him in an hour!
- Do I have to go abroad for treatment?
- Send all medical tests to the clinics you trust and get their second opinion. It is quite possible that you will not have to go anywhere, at home they will do everything just as well. Do you have money?
- There is. No patience.
- But this will be useful to you. Do everything that I told you, and do not be afraid - everything will work out.
More than two years after that conversation, my friend, without looking back at the recommendations of doctors to keep a diet, drinks a fat bolognese paste with red wine and feels, it seems, very well, once and for all deciding that no medical diagnosis would force him to abandon his usual earthly joys.
Well, and to this day I continue to receive signals for help from friends or completely strangers …
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