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25 of June, 13:48

Hvorostovsky asking to be treated in Russia
Famous Opera singer, who was diagnosed with a brain tumor, to convince to be treated at home. In the Russian Academy of medical Sciences believe that the skills of national experts is not in doubt.

On the morning of 25 June, the domestic public was excited by news that Golden baritone Dmitri Hvorostovsky found horrible cancer. About the disease the musician expressed not only his fans, but also domestic academics.

Namely, the oncologist Valery Chissov academician of the Russian Academy of medical Sciences has announced that the best Russian experts are ready to help Dmitri. According to his statement, the artist can undergo treatment in Russia, because the Russian medical workers are not worse overseas.

"An artist can ask for help in Russia. There are tumors that can be removed and treated, and there is already impossible, and the fact that the qualification of our domestic neurosurgeons high - no doubt", - quotes Chissov RIA Novosti. Note that the 1st symptoms of the indisposition arose from the baritone a few months ago. The result of difficulties with the health Opera singer even came on stage at the Vienna Opera, where he was to act in the role of Rigoletto. And later actually have any information about what the musician cancels all shows the result of emergency treatment.

Russian Opera singer Dmitry Khvorostovsky the result of a brain tumor have lost a sense of balance . With all of this disease has not affected his vocal. Currently, the artist is at home with his wife Florence and children - Alexandra, Daniel, Maxim and Nina. According to the people from the inner circle Hvorostovsky, now it is not clear where the baritone will undergo treatment. According to some, the contractor chooses the hospital, where his health will do the best medical workers. With all that discussed the need for surgical intervention.

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