- LA Tenorio, who has been diagnosed with colon cancer, shared a post about his healing journey
- He shared photos of him at the hospital where Zanjoe Marudo could be seen
- In the caption, the PBA star thanked Zanjoe and his other friend for accompanying him on his “road to recovery” despite their busy schedules
- According to the basketball player, he feels so blessed to have them as his friends
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Barangay Ginebra point guard LA Tenorio, who has been diagnosed with colon cancer, just posted about his healing journey.
On his Instagram account, LA shared photos of him at the hospital with Zanjoe Marudo and his other friend.
“6/12- halfway there.. PRAY,HOPE AND DON’T WORRY,” the athlete penned in the caption.
The PBA star also expressed gratitude to his friends for accompanying him on his “road to recovery” despite their busy schedules.
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“Thank you tol @onlyzanjoemarudo and @markpatron for accompanying me and being there for me on this journey.”
“Kahit alam ko busy schedule niyo you guys still find time to be with me on this. Maraming salamat sa inyo mga tol!”
Furthermore, the basketball player said he feels blessed to have them on the said journey.
“I am so blessed to have you guys as my friends/family. I will be forever grateful for this.”
“Maraming salamat mga kapwa batangueño!”
See LA’s post below:
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LA Tenorio created a huge buzz last March 21 after releasing a statement on his health status. The Barangay Ginebra point guard revealed that he has been diagnosed with Stage 3 colon cancer. In his statement, Tenorio apologized to his teammates, some coaches, the PBA, fans, media and friends as he used his minor injury as the reason for his "sudden absence."
Last May, LA shared an optimistic post on social media. The athlete posted a photo showing him walking along a corridor. Based on the location tagged by the PBA star, the pic was taken at Orchard Road in Singapore. In the caption, it could be noticed that LA included a hashtag that reads "#RoadtoRecovery." Celebrities like Iya Villania, Marc Pingris, and Rayver Cruz then penned their uplifting messages for LA.
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