This Friday, July 7, the commentator for the France XV announced his news in his battle with cancer in his right knee.
Matthew Lartotsports presenter Stage 2shared by a new hoping for his fight with a knee cancer. In a message posted on Instagram this Friday, July 7, he revealed that the test results were excellent, confirming his path to victory over the disease.
‘It will shake very hard’: Matthieu Lartot, France Télévisions rugby player, has second cancer
The commentator of the France XV match had to have his right leg amputated, but this did not spoil the optimism. “The rehab journey started two weeks ago and spirits are high! The amputation went well and the anapat results came in 2 days ago: they are great. The chemotherapy worked and the surgery did the rest.”he wrote.
“It’s a matter of survival,” assures Matthieu Lartot, whose right leg will be amputated due to cancer recurrence.
“I still have a long way to go before I can walk again”
Despite everything, the journalist remains cautious: “It’s not a matter of declaring victory too soon because this damn disease is secretive, but the cure is behind us and from now on it will be a simple follow-up every 3 months for 5 years. Until then, I still have a lot of work to do to walk again. but every day i give my best to get back to my best.
Being able to see his family on the weekend gives him solace. “You have to be able to make small progress every day, step by step… This weekend I will be able to enjoy my first “permission” to be reunited with my family at home after 1 month in the clinic and rehabilitation center“, he announced.
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