Hard setback for the ex Iker Casillas, who underwent emergency surgery on Monday the 21st after having undergone a routine check-up. The medical tests showed that something was wrong and the team of professionals who care for her at the University Clinic of Navarra decided to operate on her without delay.
The news took the entire community by surprise. Sarah Carbonero, who quickly mobilized to help and accompany the reporter. Sara’s mother, as well as her great friend Elizabeth Jimenez, They traveled to Navarra to be by the communicator’s side in these difficult moments, according to Lectures, while his sister Irene is in charge of the care of Martín and Lucas, the children of Sara and Iker, who is in the World Cup in Qatar. The former goalkeeper, informed at all times of the situation, had an initial impulse to cancel his commitment in the United Arab Emirates (he is part of the official RTVE delegation as a commentator) to be with the little ones, but finally they decided to give the situation maximum normality so as not to scare them.
It must be remembered that Sara was diagnosed with a ovarian cancer three years ago. She then underwent surgery at the Ruber Clinic in Madrid and she followed the relevant chemotherapy treatment until she recovered. It was she who announced the diagnosis on social networks: “A few days ago in a review, the doctors saw a malignant tumor for which I have already been operated on. Everything has gone very well, fortunately we have caught it very early but I still have a few left.” months of fighting while I follow the corresponding treatment”, he explained. “I am calm and confident that everything will turn out well. I know that the road will be hard but also that it will have a happy ending. I have the support of my family and friends and a great medical team.”
She has not confirmed or denied anything at the moment. The truth is that she remains active on social networks, where on Tuesday she published some beautiful photographs with clothes from her firm, Slowlove, and an affectionate nod to Pablo Milanés, the Cuban singer-songwriter who has died at the age of 79.