Anastasia Zavorotnyuk, a Russian actress who stars in the series My Fair Nanny, was diagnosed with brain cancer in April 2019 in Germany, but at that time doctors could not reach the tumor.
It reads "Moscow Komsomolets." It is noted that Zavorotnyuk was allegedly undergoing surgery – surgeons performed a skull trepidation, but this did not produce results.
The actress is said to have flown in from Germany on June 25th. She accompanied her mother Valentine Borisovna to her cottage in Krekshin. On the night of June 26, the star fell ill: the pressure rose (to 149 for 90), a severe headache appeared.
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At the invitation of relatives, the doctors arrived in Zavorotnyuk. The actress reportedly met them in consciousness, talked nicely, but did not get out of bed. Doctors noticed changes in Zavorotnyuk's appearance – it was obvious that half her head was opening. The stitches and overweight of the actress are also noticeable.
Zavorotnyuk informed herself about her diagnosis, started showing medical records in German and complained of a headache. Doctors injected painkillers and left the art house.
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