Juan Carlos Valdivia will be one of the guests– Claudia Pizarro, the mayor of La Pintana, with journalist Felipe Vidal and model Gala Caldirola – For the program “We Can Talk”, which will air on ChileVision this Friday in prime time. For example, He will mention the health condition of his wife, TV presenter Claudia Conserva (affected by cancer), and how she is coping with this difficult disease.
“Things are getting better with time – there was a long time of pain, sadness, and uncertainty – and be happy because they are powerful signs that indicate you should always fight”would indicate “chicken” input.
About their current state of health of Claudia, this is what the face of TV+ will indicate “He is better, he has not been discharged, it is a long process and those who have been affected by this type of disease know that”,
“Physically it is not easy to let go: emotionally and psychologically it is a great breakdown, the treatments are highly aggressive and painful” Will be recognized as consequences of the situation.
“It has been long because it seems the grief and pain never ends, but fast because with Claudia’s discipline and persistence we have seen results”Will assess Juan Carlos.
The documentary “Brava”
Regarding people’s reaction to his wife’s illness, the “talk show” host would explain that “You don’t know if it (cancer) is going to stop or ever stop. However, he will defend”.We are surrounded by good energies, through me they send a lot of energy to Claudia. I come home and tell her all the love she’s got from the people, it’s true,
Recently, the television host announced via her social networks that she is producing a documentary about the personal and family process that it means to experience breast cancer that has affected her. An audio-visual project called “Brava” will soon be broadcast by tvN.
Valdivia will disclose when consulted about this intimate document “She, as a communicator, wanted to leave a message.” In such a situation, this is what he would explain regarding making privacy public on such a sensitive issue. “It seemed terrifying to us that if she didn’t beat the disease, we would keep this record.”