On Thursday, March 24, 2022, Carole Dechantre shared a snapshot of her Instagram account. Operating on skin cancer, the star actress from Mysteries of Love assured that prevention should be continued so that cancer is no longer a taboo.
That was eight years ago. In 2014, Carole Dechantre revealed that she had skin cancer. While she was having surgery again, it is on Instagram that the interpreter of Ingrid Soustal in the series The mysteries of love, shared a series of snaps. In the legend, the beautiful brunette revealed: “Four months after my last little skin cancer on my face, I had a new operation a few days ago, this time on my arm … I decided to talk about it, to testify to continue the prevention that I have been engaged in for several years. Because cancer should not be a taboo, I think it is necessary to be able to talk freely about it in order to promote and downplay screening.“
In the comments section, a user thanked the actress. “With your posts, I finally went to a dermatologist for checkups and bim … Cancer needs to be removed like you. When I never would have thought. Thankfully nothing serious at all but prevention is super important !! So thank you!“, she shared. Affected by these words, Carole Dechantre replied:”This is exactly why I continue to create awareness, to promote screening! Congrats to you !“Many other network users also sent a message to the actress.”Carole, you’re a fighter, I know … I think we need to talk about it to free ourselves from this taboo!“;”Really brave! Thank you for taking the time to talk about it.“;”Courage and congratulations on your fight, which you share, so that we are all actors in prevention“, We can read.
Carole Dechantre: “I played the ostrich”
On Thursday, March 10, 2022, the actress had already mentioned this new surgery. On Instagram, she explained:The latest cancer I was expecting, I ostriched and yet I knew it was one. Although I am now ‘used’ to having tumors operated on regularly, every operation is an ordeal, especially in the face. I often postponed the operation, it scared me so much … If I had not pulled out for so long, the cancer cells would have spread less, I know that.“
Subscribe to Telestar.fr’s newsletter to receive the latest news for free