It is just a few days gone since news spread that Pope Francis has been diagnosed with large intestine complications. The 84-year-old leader of the Roman Catholic Church went to Rome for diagnosis. Since then, details about how he is progressing with his health condition went silent. This is something that left most of us under extreme worry.
Pope Francis has finally broken his silence over what he has been experiencing throughout the period of hospitalization. Speaking on Twitter, Pope Francis revealed what he learned quoting these words;
"In these days of being hospitalized, I have experienced how important good health care is, accessible to all. This precious benefit must not be lost which needs everyone's contribution," Pope Francis wrote on Twitter.
This is a message of relief and hope to many. Pope has confirmed that good health care does exist. This shows that he is well taken care off and he will soon be okay.
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