Dmitri Hvorostovsky, who has returned to the stage after a long hiatus, stated, as he took a horrible diagnosis. Opera singer confessed that she is feeling better and intends to fight the cancer on.
Dmitri Hvorostovsky, who was diagnosed with brain cancer, said that after the treatment the tumor shrank, and he felt better, informs "Komsomolskaya Pravda". "1st results show that after treatment the tumor decreased. And I see state that they feel better, can work and communicate with you," confessed the artist.
Told the contractor and that the terrible diagnosis of doctors broke his spirit and forced to fight for life. "We, of course, asked a lot of different opinions. 1 Professor came he examined me, asked to walk on a single line with my eyes closed, in the days that followed asked them to send him the results of my biopsy. And later said: "sadly, it's true." Stunning... I then said: "I just did: planted trees, raised children, I had a great career... And fuck you..." And later everything went - have no rights. Thought that I should live not for themselves," said Hvorostovsky.
According to his statement, only discipline and daily vocal lessons has helped not to give up. "3 months I sat at home bezvylazno. And every day I worked, like a prayer or something - for me it definitely was. What would I have been the form or state. What saves in this situation is routine, discipline," he stated the Golden baritone.
He confessed that shortly before a terrible disease he developed apathy, exhaustion, and pessimistic perception of life: "I like the disease felt ill. I already like would not like to live. I felt it mentally." But awareness of a deadly diagnosis Hvorostovsky was forced to revise his worldview. "Of course, when you start to fight, otherwise you perceive life, is already hunting to survive. And unimaginable love of people inspired me," said the artist.
The most unfortunate procedure, according to Hvorostovsky, behind. Now scheduled the next course of therapy until February of next year. "And see," added the musician.
Remember that Dmitri Hvorostovsky returned to the stage after a break due to ill health. At the Metropolitan Opera, he performed 1 of the most difficult baritone roles - Aria of Troubadour.