Writer Daria Dontsova shared the details of a terrible diagnosis.
The famous writer spoke about the terrible diagnosis of her husband in 2021. A man is fighting bowel cancer. And Daria Dontsova is always there and ready to help her beloved.
70-year-old Daria Dontsova admits that she steadfastly survived the news of her terrible diagnosis – cancer. She calmly took care of her health, was treated and eventually won. But, when she found out that her beloved husband was ill with the same disease, she fell into hysterics. During a conversation with Lera Kudryavtseva on the Secret to a Million show, she told in detail how trouble came to her family again.
After the examination, Alexander Dontsov was diagnosed with the third stage of intestinal cancer. The writer immediately called the doctors she knew, wanting to do everything possible to save her husband. She also turned to the church. “I can’t name everyone, more than a thousand people stood up for prayer. And they begged my husband. Colon cancer, third stage. Severe surgery, severe chemotherapy – and the husband is healthy. We have been treated all this year, we just finished it. They did PET – positron emission tomography, it showed that there were no cancer cells. Then just watch”, — said the best-selling author of Russia TASS about the victory.
Note that Alexander, even on the operating table, remained optimistic and encouraged his wife, although he had to endure more than seven courses of chemotherapy. Dontsova was glad that because of cancer, the man quit smoking, although this habit had been with him for 60 years. “I was not very worried about weight loss, if someone bothered me, it was my wife who said that I needed to find out what was happening to you“, – Dontsov admitted in an interview.
Daria Arkadyevna admits that now in Russia there are all the possibilities for the treatment of oncological diseases. She urged residents to consult a doctor at the slightest problem and undergo regular examinations, because this will help to identify the problem at an early stage and save lives.