Ahmad Zaki returns to the scenes
Prominent Egyptian actor Ahmad Zaki has returned to Egypt from France after a six-day therapy session, which ended with his French doctors’ decision to halt all medication for the upcoming two months. Ahmad’s doctors revealed that the actor returned with high spirits and hopes due to the fact that his health condition is gradually improving.
According to the Kuwaiti based daily, Al Qabas, Ahmad’s business manager revealed that soon as the actor relaxes for a few days he will begin to look over several film scripts in an attempt to return to his acting career. It has been revealed that Ahmad will begin shooting the first scenes of his upcoming film “Al Andaleeb”, which tells the story of the late Egyptian legendary singer Abdul Halim Hafez.
The French doctor, who supervised the health condition of Ahmad in France, announced that he will halt all medication for two months due to the gradual progress in the actor’s condition. The doctor revealed that test results show that the chemotherapy sessions have improved the actor’s health enormously and at this point he may stop all forms of medications.
The French doctor added that he will reexamine the actor after the two-month period to decide on the next therapy stage and stated that the actor must undergo tests every two months from now on in Paris to ensure that he is rid of all cancerous tumors.
Ahmad had headed off to Paris to begin a new stage of therapy and undergo several tests to help his doctors decide which treatment is best to follow. Ahmad revealed before leaving Egypt that his trip is supposed to last for one week, but that may change depending on the wishes of his French doctors.
The actor appeared to be very calm and friendly, while waiting to board his flight at Cairo airport. Ahmad made it a point to kindly greet other passengers who came to wish him a fast recovery.
Zaki underwent an evaluation of his health condition, and have several tests done to see how much his health has improved since he began his first chemotherapy sessions four months ago. –Albawaba.com
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