Sport "It's not terrible": Little reassuring on the state of health of Bernard Tapie

00:15  11 june  2021
00:15  11 june  2021 Source:   public.fr

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Thursday, June 10, 2021, Franz-Olivier Giesbert was invited to the microphone of RTL to evoke his book dedicated to Bernard Tapie. The journalist also gave news of his friend's state of health.

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Video: Bernard Tapie is currently hospitalized and his state of health is "very worrying", assured his son Laurent - Video (Dailymotion)

at the beginning of June, Bernard Tapie Showed exhausted but determined and lucid in the columns of Paris Match . "I'm broken complete! Eight hours a day in bed, I look like 100 years ... This protocol is a very heavy program. An experimental trick. Nothing does not work in conventional treatments ", then explained by adding: " I was given two years , it will be four years in September, then not charrrier! "

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This is interesting!