TPMP: Jean-Pierre Pernaut is confident he has cancer

Invited to the “Touche pas à mon poste” (TPMP) group, this Thursday 9 December, Jean-Pierre Bernaut was captured in his battle against lung cancer.

Surgery was performed in July for the first lung, and the former host of 13h TF1 explained that he underwent radiotherapy to the other lung about a month ago, specifying that it was necessary to wait approximately six weeks for “that gate”.

Wanting to put his notoriety at the service of prevention, Jean-Pierre Pernot, who has smoked for 40 years, said the only reason he would talk about his illness was to educate people about the harmful effects of tobacco.

“I Was Too Stupid To Keep Smoking For 40 Years”

“I was too dumb to continue smoking my pack a day for 40 years. I have a doctor who told me to ‘quit’ with her dad,” said the 71-year-old former star, who actually beat prostate cancer a few years ago, and thought this only happened to others. “.

After hearing the news, “I quit smoking all of a sudden because I was really scared,” he added, adding, “The treatment is over, it’s the radiotherapy being done. It’s done in 4 to 5 times with massive radiation,” and during the treatment “listen to Johnny Hallyday’s songs “.

“We should try to fight a bit.”

Then Cyril Hanouna asked him how he felt. Natalie Markway’s husband replied, “Good. I’m a little tired, but it’s good to see you.” “Natalie has always told me that, to fight cancer, and I did, you have to face things and live normally.”

The head of the jury for the Miss France elections, which will take place on Saturday 11 December, Jean-Pierre Pernot wishes to remain active. “You have to try and fight a little. You shouldn’t stay in your chair saying Olala, I’m waiting for the result of radiotherapy (…) Like Bernard Tapie said, we will die one day as much as we can.”

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