Camila (Carolina Dieckmann) will receive devastating news in Family Ties. The doctor will inform you that the leukemia has not been cured even after chemotherapy, and the patient will have to repeat the treatment. Desperate for not being able to get rid of the disease, the young woman will make a scary request to her family. “Throw my ashes into the sea,” she will demand, almost without hope.
In the soap opera shown in Vale a Pena Ver de Novo, the student will be full of expectation to know the result of the exam, after finishing the first chemotherapy sessions. “So, Doctor César [Luiz Baccelli], what do you have to tell me? When will I be able to leave this hospital? Am I healed? “She will ask anxiously.
The doctor will tell you that an examination was done and leukemia was still found. “This means that we will have to repeat chemotherapy”, warns the specialist.
The news will drop like a bomb, and Camila will despair. “Ah, no. Having to go through all that again? No. I am feeling better, it is not possible. God must be trying to punish me, it is not possible”, will regret Helena’s daughter (Vera Fischer), in tears.
Caesar will try to cheer up the patient, say that everything will go faster and add that the bone marrow transplant is no longer a possibility and may be an indication for her case.
After the doctor’s explanations, Camila will make a request that will scare Helena, Edu (Reynaldo Gianecchini) and Fred (Luigi Baricelli). “I wanted to ask you something. You are the only people I have in the world. If I die, I want you to throw my ashes into the sea,” she will request.
“At sea in Leblon, there at Mirante, and in Angra. In Leblon, because I lived most of my life since I was a child. In Angra, where I lived with Edu, the honeymoon, the happiest moments of my life “, the girl will warn.
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