Giovanni Terzi, the journalist who will soon marry Simona Ventura, recently told of suffering from a disease that has affected the lungs. In the last interview released, he explained that, at the moment, he can only rely on treatment, always counting on the support of Ventura, who has remained by his side.
Giovanni Terzi, the journalist and companion of Simona Ventura, he had recently made a long appeal on social media in which he invited everyone to get vaccinated by exposing his situation in particular. Terzi, in fact, explained that he suffers from one illness which reduces the functioning of his to 40% lungs and that, therefore, contracting the virus in these conditions could be fatal for him.
In the last interview released after this appeal, Giovanni Terzi has decided to speak without hesitation about the illness he is facing, revealing how he discovered it last winter:
“During a walk in the mountains in the Aosta Valley I found myself completely breathless”.
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Giovanni Terzi: “I cannot heal”
The reporter is explained that the disease he suffers from is the amiopathic dermatomyositis: Unfortunately Giovanni Terzi he knows her very well, because he has this disease taken away his mother Luisa, passed away because of lung problems. There is currently no definitive cure for amiopathic dermatomyositis; the only solution would be to opt for a transplant:
“I can only stop it from getting worse. And it is a disease that I am it can cost your life at any moment. The definitive solution would be the transplantation of both lungs ”.
He is always there to face this serious situation with him Simona Ventura, the partner of Giovanni Terzi who, with his support, tries to alleviate the concern for health problems:
“My situation is serious but I don’t lose heart because I have a great resource: Simona Ventura. With his love it helps me to live ”.
Giovanni Terzi, confirming the great love that binds them, is also planning the wedding with Simona Ventura. Postponed due to Covid, they should be celebrated next year.