“Faith has given my family and me, to this day, this strength that allows us to move forward with hope, with faith. These 10 months have been very long, very painful; it also brings satisfactions, experiences, good and bad, but always with God the good ones win and the bad ones are forgotten. We are in that process now,” said Toño Mauri, who no longer found it difficult to speak.
Toño Mauri puts a stop to who assures that due to ‘influences’ he received a transplant.
“Family is strength. God puts your family, chooses the people who are going to live with you, who are going to be the people who are going to be your family. And I thank you for having chosen these wonderful beings who are my family: my sisters, my mother, my father who died and I felt him close”, he added.
The actor, who in one of the interviews with María Visión was accompanied by his wife, his two children and his son-in-law, recalled that in the telenovela Veil the subject of transplants was precisely touched upon and he never imagined that in real life he would have to live a similar situation.
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