Annick explains that after shooting On My Body He went to the hospital several times, to determine how Roy should now “keep on”. Annick says of his health, “We’ve noticed that the radiation and the chemo blow have ruined a lot with Roy, conditionally and emotionally, but also verbally, tired, planning and getting the sense to do things again.”
Meanwhile, Roy is said to have begun a “rehabilitation process” and they also found “horrific” information. “They discovered that his right side of his body had lost strength,” writes Annick. “The first thing that came to my mind was, ‘Have we started a process of ‘It’s getting worse?'” she adds. “.
In addition to the rehab process, Annick also tells that Roy has started several treatments. About this she says that they “see and notice that it is in the right place”. She writes, “There is still a long way to go but we can do it.”
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In a program On My Body Tim Hoffman follows terminally ill patients in the last stage of their lives. We spoke to the announcer before last season.
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