Raffaella Carrà would have died due to lung cancer, the doctor’s words on the woman’s disease
A few days after the very painful death of Raffaella Carrà, the first comments on the causes of death begin to emerge. The showgirl left because of one sudden illness which he chose to keep hidden so as not to make his beloved audience suffer.
Now, to speak to the Messenger and the doctor Giacomo Mangiaracina who, although not close to the woman, would speak of the disease that would snatch her from the public so soon. Although nothing confirmed, it seems that Raffaella Carrà died of lung cancer.
The same fate befell his mother in 1987, there is therefore a strong genetic component in his disease that would lead to think that the causes of death are multiple. The doctor explains:
Raffaella Carrà’s mother died at 63 of lung cancer, so it is above all a possible genetic issue. And then if a person smokes, fate is almost inevitable.
The doctor then explained that, without smoking and with a healthy lifestyle, life can be extended by about 12 years and for Raffaella Carrà they would have been essential.
Unfortunately, the smoke took Raffaella away from us 10 years in advance. We have many studies that say that smoking shortens life by 10-12 years, this applies to everyone. Addiction, like tobacco addiction, puts you in a position where you can’t say no. 90% of lung cancers occur among smokers.
If there is a genetic basis it is clear that all lifestyle patterns affect that genetic basis. The woman’s lung is smaller than that of men, so the negative effects have also tripled, so much so that lung cancer has become the leading cause of death among women.