The social post of the Turin author from the hospital bed: “I live all this with many true friends, smart children, an irresistible life partner, and the best Turin since the Scudetto”
The news is a slap in the face. Worse, punch. What Alessandro Barrico said in a natural, almost disarming way, as he pledged his health conditions to social networks: “Um, there is news I have to give and this time I have to give it myself. It’s not that great, I warn you. What happened is that five months ago he was diagnosed I have chronic myeloid leukemia,” a Turin writer posted this morning, attaching a computer avatar, a book (“The Pickwick Circle by Charles Dickens”) and a note by the hospital bed.
Those four things…
Then he continues: “I was upset, but not that bad, come on. When you have such a disease, the best thing you can do is have a blood stem cell transplant, which I will do in a couple of days (well, it’s not that simple, I’ve We’ve been working on it for months, it’s patience.) My sister Enrica will give me stem cells, a woman who in my eyes was really special before this adventure, let alone now.” And then there’s a clip where he also manages to smile, and in turn tears a smile into the soccer key: “I don’t want to add more. Perhaps, well, I still want to say that every moment I feel lucky because I live all this with so many true friends, children The smartest, the irresistible life partner, and the best bull since the Scudetto. These are the first three things that change your life. The fourth definitely doesn’t spoil you. In short, I see it as good. Don’t count on me for a while, but on the other hand, don’t get used to it too much because The doctors who went into their heads to cure me are all enough of the ability to do it very quickly.”
Jan 22 2022 (change on Jan 22 2022 | 15:32)
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