Breast cancer: singer’s chances of survival were so high

Breast cancer: singer's chances of survival were so high

Nicole has been battling cancer for the past few months. So your return with Florian Silberesen will be especially emotional.

“A Little Peace” wrote hit history: Singer Nicole became an almost overnight star thanks to her ESC win in 1982. The 57-year-old’s career had many ups and downs, but there were also ups and downs. The Grand Prix winner struggled to get back to life, especially in terms of his health. She was diagnosed with breast cancer.

She will be back in the limelight in “The Big Hit Comeback” (ARD, 8:15 p.m.). But the road there was not easy.

“The doctors said I had an 80 percent chance of surviving chemo”

“The diagnosis was a shock to me,” Nicole said in an interview with “Build” newspaper. “The doctors told me that my chances of survival were 80 percent with chemo and 60 percent without chemo.” She opted for chemotherapy, followed by breast-conserving surgery.

Nicole: “An incredibly difficult test. At some point I thought: I don’t want to die yet. It made me stronger. And the support of my loved ones, especially my husband.” He has been married to Winfried for 37 years. “We have become even closer together, live more consciously and happily.”

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