The fight against oncology: relatives of Zavorotnyuk told how the disease changed the actress

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Close actresses report that she has gained weight and severe headaches occur against the background of the disease.

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The star of the television series “My Fair Nanny” Anastasia Zavorotnyuk is struggling with a severe form of oncology. According to a friend of the actress, Anatoly Demidov, the disease has greatly changed her appearance, but her relatives and the artist herself are getting used to it. About what is known about the state of health of the famous actress, the news portal “Teleprogramma.pro” writes

Demidov told reporters that lately Zavorotnyuk has been feeling well and is in a good mood.

“Anastasia has gained a lot of weight. But everyone who has already seen her in this state is used to it. She is also getting used to herself,” Demidov quotes the publication.

In general, the artist copes with the disease, but the consequences of a serious illness make themselves felt – Zavorotnyuk periodically has severe headaches and memory problems.

Relatives and friends usually refuse to comment on the actress's illness, but a few days earlier, Zavorotnyuk's daughter Anna succinctly spoke about her mother's health.< /p>

“She's holding on. The disease is very severe,” Anna said.

The girl is active on Instagram and sometimes writes about her problem, supporting those who are experiencing this.

Hold on my girl. I have also been going through this for many years… it is the biggest pain of my life. But you can handle it and your mother is also yours,” wrote Anna Zavorotnyuk.