Fedez talks about his life since he was diagnosed with cancer

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Italy“I have to live with the consequences” – rapper Fedez talks about his cancer

Rapper Fedez was a guest at a health forum in Milan. In a panel discussion, the musician talks about his cancer and how it changed his life.

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Rapper Fedez (33) was a guest at an Italian health forum. The subject was his pancreatic cancer.

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There, the musician told how his life changed nine months after the diagnosis.

There, the musician told how his life changed nine months after the diagnosis.

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He makes it clear that illness does not mean he has to become a better person:

He makes it clear that the illness doesn’t mean he has to become a better person: “If I’m a moron, I can still be a moron.”

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It’s about it

  • Rapper Fedez (33) was a guest of the Italian health forum “Il Tempo della salute”.

  • There, the musician told how his life changed after he was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer.

  • His advice: “It’s better to go to the doctor for ten minutes than to spend all night on Google.”

Last March, Italian Rapper Fedez known to have pancreatic cancer be sick. After almost nine months, the husband of mega-influencer Chiara Ferragni (35) tells how his life looks now. “Today I am completely fine, even if I will have to live with the consequences,” he said, according to an Italian news portal “Sky Tg 24” as a guest discussion at the health forum “Il Tempo della salute” in Milan. Specifically, he regularly struggles with “stomach and digestive problems.”

“My pancreas – or rather, what’s left of it – doesn’t produce enough enzymes anymore and I’m forced to take them before meals,” explains the 33-year-old man, who has ongoing symptoms. The father of two therefore had to adjust his diet in the meantime. Specifically, they have to get used to slow food. “It’s incredibly hard for me,” Fedez said. However, the restrictions are not nearly as dire as what could happen in the worst case scenario.

Google search results predicted Fedez’s death

Federico Leonardo Lucia, his real name, also remembers that he didn’t sleep a wink the night before the operation and instead looked for answers on the Internet. The procedure he now advises himself: “It’s better to go to the doctor for ten minutes and ask what to ask than to keep searching on Google.” All the search results he displayed were always terrifying and predicted his death.

Although the musician now feels much better and safer, he can’t give a definitive answer yet. “It’s too early to draw conclusions,” he says, stressing that you should never give up hope: “When you find out you have a disease like this, you have to rearrange your priorities. However, you shouldn’t let such a traumatic experience be remembered forever, but you have to learn to appreciate how lucky you were.”

In July, the Italian said this in an interviewthat, last but not least, his wife Chiara was a great support to him. He noticed that his own suffering was almost meaningless because what the people—and specifically Chiara—had done for him was self-sacrifice. “An event like this can only strengthen the relationship,” he said, comparing their marriage to the hardness of granite.

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