RJTV reporter Susana Naspolini received support from friends and fans as he underwent a new blood transfusion. The journalist faces a sixth cancer, this time in the hip bone. The new procedure was revealed by Susana on her Instagram account. The journalist took the opportunity to encourage the practice of blood donation.
“I needed and was blessed with another bag of blood! Long live life! Long live the donors! You are people who really make a difference! Thank you very, very much! Let’s move on…. Now, the storm is over! Kisses friends !” wrote Susana, diagnosed with cancer for the first time at age 17.
In the photo posted on her Instagram, the Globo journalist appears with the blood bag, wearing a surgical mask and demonstrating faith and certainty in the treatment.
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When posting the photo, Susana received a series of positive messages from famous and anonymous people. Eduardo Faustini commented with hands in the form of a prayer. “Strength, friend,” wished Beth Goulart. “It will pass!”, affirmed Lair Renó.
Daughter of journalist and sports narrator Maurício Torres (died in 2014), Julia also spoke out and left a message. “I love you. It’s going to be all right!” wrote the teenager, often compared to her mother. “Friend strength, it’s already over!! Our Lady bless you”, commented a friend. “Strength, warrior,” added another.
“Dear Susana! Always praying for you. Kisses”, said another. “Cheering for your recovery. Your energy is contagious. I also send you good energies, faith, love, joy, hope, light and health…”, listed a fan of the person responsible for “RJ Móvel”, from the local news program of Globe.
After being diagnosed with cancer at age 17, the reporter had a new tumor in 2010, in her breast. Years later, she had one on her thyroid. Already in 2016, she faced armpit cancer. Two years ago, the reporter had a new cancer. And at the same time Susana contracted Covid. The new diagnosis occurred this year.