Marta Sanchez desnuda cancer de mama

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Marta Sanchez desnuda cancer de mama

Marta Sanchez desnuda cancer de mama

CIUDAD DE MÉXICO.- Hace doce años la cantante española Marta Sánchez perdió a su hermana gemela, Paz, debido a un cáncer de mama. Por ello, la intérprete de ‘Vivo por ella’ está comprometida con la difusión de las campañas que buscan promover los controles preventivos.

Con la excusa de enviar un mensaje contra el cáncer de mama, la española se mostró como Dios la trajo al mundo, y causó furor en las redes.

“Como persona, a mí este desnudo no me aporta nada, te lo digo sinceramente”, explicó la cantante en la entrevista.

“Perdí a una hermana melliza (Paz) con 38 años y para mí la vida, las horas y los días son demasiado valiosos para estar sufriendo. A la tristeza le pongo toda la energía posible para que se convierta en alegría”, sostuvo.

Marta Sanchez desnuda cancer de mama

La cantante de 50 años volvió a ser retratada sin ropa, a 25 años del lanzamiento del disco ‘Interviú’, el cual impulsó su carrera a nivel internacional y la promovió como “sex symbol”. La española, que está preparando su próximo disco, contó que basta que una mujer se realice un chequeo para sentir que valió la pena acceder a la iniciativa de ‘El Mundo’. “También pensé que si posar así y hablar de este tema puede hacer ver a una sola mujer, una, que las revisiones anuales son obligatorias, me siento más que pagada. Y sobre todo, no quiero morirme sin escuchar en un telediario que el antídoto del cáncer ha sido encontrado”, aseguró.

“También pensé que si posar así y hablar de este tema puede hacer ver a una sola mujer, una, que las revisiones anuales son obligatorias, me siento más que pagada. Y sobre todo, no quiero morirme sin escuchar en un telediario que el antídoto del cáncer ha sido encontrado”, completó la bellísima artista.

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