Emma García shows her admiration for Marisa Martín-Blázquez after learning about her illness

This afternoon in ‘Viva la Vida’, Marisa Martín-Blázquez has become one of the great protagonists. The journalist said yesterday on her social networks that she suffers from a disease called myasthenia gravis. The collaborator of the program presented by Emma García revealed this because “many people speak without knowledge of the facts, make fun of something that is seen in my face”. With this he referred to the fact that there are signs of this disease on his face that he was diagnosed with when he was 23 years old and that it translates into muscle weakness. Marisa said that “Sometimes, he comes to attack me, and causes me great crises that I overcome with patience and paying little attention to him. It is when it is most reflected in my face and when most, “good people” attack me because of the physical issue “.

This afternoon in ‘Viva la Vida’ Emma García asked him about this question. Marisa Martín-Blázquez has taken the opportunity to give visibility to this disease and send a message of hope to those like her who suffer from it. “I have to medicate myself. From there I began to research about food, what I could do to slow down my illness It didn’t look good at all. Sport has been worth a lot to me ”, was one of the messages he sent. Before his words, the presenter has not hesitated to send him a message of affection and admiration. “Marisa is an example of courage, of struggle… How little people know you! If they knew more about you … Everything you wear, how well you wear it. With smile, generosity, courage. I have admired you for a long time ”, were the words with which Emma García recognized her courage.

Marisa Martín-Blázquez

The publication in which Marisa Martín-Blázquez reveals her illness.

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Marisa Martin Blázquez has continued with her testimony assuring that “at the beginning you reveal a lot because the prognosis is complicated.” But he has been optimistic and has affirmed that his philosophy of life, which he inherited from his father, is that “In life you don’t have to worry, you have to take care of yourself. If you can solve it you have to put yourself in the hands of the best, and if you don’t have a solution, you have to be happy with what you have ”. When Marisa has finished her testimony, not only Emma García has dedicated beautiful words to her. Companions like Terelu Campos and Makoke have also spoken highly of her.