Emblematic figure of the television universe, Évelyne Dhéliat was, this Friday, June 9, 2023, on the airwaves of South Radio to promote “Cancer mobilization, all together with researchers”, an operation by the TF1 group launched with the ARC Foundation and Gustave Roussy which will be held until June 13, 2023. The goal? Communicate about cancer, but also collect donations in order to advance research.
“The cancer is not a shameful disease”she launched at the microphone of our colleagues. “On the other hand, it is important to dialogue with people who have been struck by cancer and I had the opportunity to do so last year since I was the godmother of Pink October with the pink ribbon association What we do with the TF1 group is also to appeal for donations because the progress that can be made with research is amazing. […] From the moment when people who have a certain notoriety talk about it, it’s super important because that’s where people click.
Évelyne Dhéliat close to Jean-Pierre Pernaut
Suffering from breast cancer in 2012, Évelyne Dhéliat has since made the decision to invest herself fully in the cause. “At that time, we didn’t talk about it too much. But when I came back on the air, women who were also affected said to me: ‘It gives us balm in the heart because we say to ourselves that we’re going to leave.’ There is hope.”
THE @GroupeTF1 launches “Cancer Mobilization” ️@EvelyneDheliat : “Jean Pierre #Pernaut quickly talked about his #cancer And he did well. That’s evolution. We have a role to play. Prevention is important” https://t.co/n3XMkWbAI3pic.twitter.com/QOk1tpKnGv
— South Radio (@SudRadio) June 9, 2023
Like Évelyne Dhéliat, Jean-Pierre Pernaut also spoke a lot about his cancer before his death. Together, the two emblematic figures of the television universe had also had the opportunity to discuss their state of health. “We both talked about it a lot. Jean-Pierre Pernaut quickly talked about his cancer and he did well. That’s the evolution from year to year. That’s why I too am say we have a role to play.” A speech applauded by the listeners.