Good news for VRT facing Karl Vannieuwkerke (50). At UZ Gent, he was told he no longer needed to come for an annual medical exam. He was declared cured of salivary gland cancer, which was discovered in it seven years ago.
“Seven years. A ticket to peace and liberation,” writes Karl Vanoukerke with a photo of his ticket for an appointment at UZ Gent. The introduction went there for the last time on an annual checkup. Seven years after he was diagnosed with salivary gland cancer, it has now been announced that he has been cured. “I was amazed at what a lot of people are going through and I am fortunate that the tumor was detected at an early stage,” he said at the time.
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“As a result, I am immediately on the right track. I know there is still a difficult period ahead, but I will do everything in my power to get healthy and be able to do my full job again.” And he did, because Vannieuwkerke was back on screen less than three weeks after the operation.
Now the final burden falls on the shoulders of the presenter. “If you are not sure about anything, feel free to contact us. But you don’t have to come and show yourself every year! The words that dance in my head are like the most beautiful beat.
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