“There were few possibilities,” Cesar Bono can hardly speak after leaving the hospital

On the evening of Thursday, March 3, it was announced that actor and comedian César Bono was hospitalized in Mexico City for a perforation in the duodenum, now, more than a month later, he revealed that he can not speak after being operated.
This was communicated in an interview with entertainment journalist Gustavo Adolfo Infante, where the interpreter of “Frankie Rivers” in the series “Vecinos” detailed that he was already discharged after being subjected to a complicated medical procedure in the small intestine. César Bono added that the physical recovery is extremely painful and even remarked that the process is even more difficult than his previous heart ailments. I spent almost a month, that is, two or three weeks (in the hospital)… I’m in recovery, it’s very painful because I had surgery… and I’m amazed at how it hurts and how difficult the recovery, now much more than the heart,” said the 71-year-old actor. The histrionic of the work “Defending the caveman” was grateful to God because the medical process went well despite the fact that the professionals told his family that there were few possibilities. César Bono added that the wound is so painful to such a degree that he can practically not speak, so he communicates with his friends via WhatsApp. “I tell them that when I’m a little better (I talk to them), at the moment I have a hard time,” he said.

The artist ended the dialogue by externalizing that he is a believer in God and that his times are perfect, that is, that if he became ill and healed it was by divine grace. Read more: Body language expert analyzes VIDEO of Angela Aguilar talking about leaked photos “I am a believer and I am sure that I will be here until God wills, just as I was born the day he wanted, just as he has helped me in my career until he wants, I in my prayers tell him to do his will and I know that everything in my life is the will of the Lord.”
My name is Juan Pablo Chaidez Aispuro, born in Culiacán, Sinaloa in a small family whose nucleus was originally made up of four people: father, mother and two children. From my early years I showed a taste for watching news and staying informed. I was a graduate of the 2014 – 2018 generation of the degree in Journalism, from the Autonomous University of Sinaloa (UAS), the first in that career since its opening.  As for the professional experience, I was able to gain apprenticeship during a period of six months in the sports area of the newspaper Noroeste, where I did professional practices. Later, I had the opportunity to spend another six months in the ranks of Radio Sinaloa, particularly in the news program Informativo Puro Sinaloa, of the state government. There I covered local issues, recorded voice for the newscast, contributed content for other broadcasts and had live participation. Since 2020 I am in Debate, a company that opened the doors for me to integrate as a web reporter, and months later to occupy the position of Editor in the site Debate.com.mx. See more

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