Michel Cymes, who suffered from kidney cancer, claims to have 'been lucky'. But why did the PAF doctor hide his illness for so many years? Confidences.
Michael Cymes reveals that he was affected by a cancer you pure in 2008, in his book, Nothing is impossible. My story could be yours , which will be released by Stock this October 5th. A shock announcement which, he hopes, could help some people get tested in time. But why did the PAF doctor wait 14 years to speak publicly about his illness? ' You have to digest it … When you have notoriety and you reveal your cancer, you are always asked about it. I was still providing consultations until June 2021 and in front of my patients, I wanted to remain a doctor and not sick. I didn't want to worry my loved ones either. . I only just told my dad about it because the book is coming out “, said the host of 65 years in an interview with the Parisian , published on October 3.
For Michel Cymes, it is absurd that many French people are slow to get tested, often for fear of the results. ' What a contradiction! The longer they wait, the worse the diagnosis will be. I was lucky to have what I call a good cancer, the one that is detected early and is cured after an operation. I had surgery, I had a scan a year, then one every two years. No chemo or radiotherapy. I was lucky, the tumor was 3.5 cm. At 4 cm there was a risk of metastasis “, he detailed, still with the Parisian .
In his interview at Parisian , we also learn that he has been detected HP (high potential) and ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder): The results have informed my behavior without changing my daily life (...) I miss simple things because I am not interested, and I overcome the very complicated which provides adrenaline .'
In a new book' unexpected ', to be released on October 5, it ' speaks for the first time about the important moments of his life ', explain the editions Stock. On September 8, the editor explained that Michel Cymes would evoke in this new work the illness he battled in secret . The PAF doctor, now 65, was stricken with and recovered from cancer . ' You will see that cancer does not only happen to others and that it is important to get screened because we do not always have the 'chance', like me, of discovering it by chance. “, said the main interested party in the presentation of his book.
In this book, the father of three boys, born in 1997, 1999 and 2011, will also discuss his journey, his youth, and other secrets waiting to be unveiled. ' A modest childhood can be the foundation of many miracles if it is happy. You will discover that family history is crucial in the construction and choices of the man I have become. ', added Michel Cymes, whose father was a discount seller and mother, a real estate negotiator.
Michel Cymes, who is a hit with his magazine Dr Good - a bimonthly medical magazine - is a health ambassador for the 2024 Olympics. Entertainment TV on his missions, he replied: ' I am part of the collective Une France en forme. It is for us, under the term Move more, that the French in the wake of the 2024 Olympic Games become and remain a country of active people. For example, in addition to conferences with Tony Estanguet, President of Paris 2024, with sports associations, we mobilize municipalities with good advice sheets and active designs, public space layouts that encourage physical and sporting activity. . And yes, I also have a program project that I will soon be proposing to France Télévisions and which is in line with Bouger plus! '
TV, kiosks, bookstores... Michel Cymes is everywhere and does not intend to stop. A rhythm of life that seems to allow him to keep in shape! Watch out for burnout...Source journaldesfemmes.fr