Cancer is a deadly disease which has killed thousands of people around the world. Furthermore, treating cancer is very expensive because it requires surgery or expensive medicine.
This disease can be caused by different foods that some people normally consume such as alcohol and cigarettes.
According to the source, another former politician and bussinesman is confirmed dead. It has been reported that, Bernard Tapie died at age of 78. He was a former French and European MP in 1990s. Furthermore, he was hardworking person as he owned different companies and also he was a chairman of Marseille football club.
Furthermore, his family have confirmed his dead and revealed that he passed away after suffering cancer for more than 3 years.
This is a huge blow to his family because losing a parent during this difficult time of Covid-19 epidemic is very painful. May his soul rest in peace.
Let us come together and pray for his family during this difficult.
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