TVA Nouvelles head of 5pm and 6pm Sophie Thibault, who was scheduled to have surgery Monday for skin cancer, will be replaced by two of her colleagues over the next few weeks.
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Raymond Fillion will lead the 5 and 6 p.m. news this week and Julie Marco the following.
According to information obtained by QMI, if all goes well, Ms. Tebow should be back on the air in two or three weeks.
Who succeeded Pierre Bruno last September, she has already undergone chemotherapy cream and several surgeries in recent months to treat her skin cancer. Still, she wrote in a lengthy Facebook post last weekend: “There is an area that is resistant to the scalpel attack, which is a sneakier, more squamous form of infiltration.”
“So now we have to take it a step further and consider Mohs surgery, a specialized technique that involves removing the tumor in small layers and analyzing it on the spot until the cancer is gone. On Monday, I’ll be in the expert hands of a massive team from Maisonneuve-Rosemont. There will be plastic reconstruction after that.” Then I’ll wait for it to heal, under the bandage, away from the makeup.”
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The 61-year-old added, “This traitor to the sun has left its mark on my face, forehead, and nose: actinic keratoses that have recently become basal cell carcinomas, which is even more concerning. The word we don’t want to hear: melanoma!”
Many Quebecers and fellow Quebecers have sent their kind words to her since the announcement of her illness.
“Amateur entrepreneur. Professional internet expert. Zombie maven. Incurable pop culture scholar.”
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