Admitted to Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein, in São Paulo, since last Monday (30), Claudia Rodrigues took a specific medication yesterday and finished a new battery of tests. According to the advice of the actress, the results were “great”.
Claudia, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, received the third dose of a medication that comes from the United States and would only be administered in January, but was advanced.
As informed the advice of the actress to the Twitter, the drug managed to stabilize the degenerative disease that was progressing: “We can say that the disease is stopped.”
In addition, new lesions that appeared on Claudia’s cerebellum, and which had been identified in MRIs performed in July, have disappeared completely.
Despite the hospitalization, the actress came to participate in the second round of the municipal elections in Rio de Janeiro last weekend.
Claudia Rodrigues is known for her roles in “A Diarista”, as Marinete, and in “Zorra Total”. In addition, the actress still has passages in programs like “Escolinha do Professor Raimundo”, “Casseta & Planeta, Urgente!” and “Sai de Baixo”. Despite the national projection, the actress has been away from TV since 2013 to focus on her health.
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