Former wrestler Rafael Sanchez (Jack Veneno) has been transferred to the National Cancer Institute (INCARD) Hospital.
His transfer was announced to Liston Diario yesterday morning, at the request of his relatives.
National Health Director Mario Lama posted on his Twitter account that his health continues to be mild.
“We ask for understanding and wisdom in dealing with unauthorized information,” he wrote.
Jack Veneno was admitted to the Cruise Gymnasium Clinic last Friday for delivering severe anemia and dehydration, a product of the pancreatic cancer he suffered, and it also affected other areas such as the lungs.
In a medical report issued yesterday by Dr. Antonio Cruz Jiminian and the medical director of the center of the same name, Emilio Martinez, it was pointed out that the former wrestler also presents with abdominal problems with complications. He is maintained by a multidisciplinary medical team that assists him in the intensive care unit of the Cruise Gymnasium Clinic.
“Given this variation presented by this patient, we must say that his prognosis has been ruled out,” Dr. Martinez said while reading the medical report released yesterday.
“It simply came to our notice then. This is a very delicate condition, so we are going to pray to God for him, said Jimenez about Jack Veneno’s health.
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