Alejandro Marcovich, former guitarist of Caifanes, confirmed that he has cancer: “I hope to continue giving trouble”

Alejandro Marcovich sent a message about the cancer diagnosis with which he lives (Video: First Hand// Instagram/@alejandro_marcovich

Recently Mónica Noguera announced that Alejandro Marcovich is fighting prostate cancer. For his part, the guitarist of caifans from 1989 to 1995 he already issued a message where he thanked his fans for their support in the face of this disease.

In his Instagram post, the musician expressed that all manifestations of affection drive him and motivated to cope with cancer, however, he did not give details about his diagnosis or treatment. The text where Alejandro Marcovich confirmed that he has cancer was also sent to the program First hand.

“To the public and the media: I want to thank all the signs of affection and good wishes towards me and my health. All these vibrations of love, along with the support of my family, they give me much more strength to win this fight and continue creating music for all of you.”, the musician wrote on his Instagram account.

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Alejandro Marcovich also expressed to his followers that he wants to continue making music: “I hope to continue giving you a lot of trouble with the sound of my guitar to continue building this wonderful story together. Thank you forever, Alejandro Marcovich”, she wrote.

In the publication, the musician from Caifanes also published the video where the presenters of the program First handproduction where his condition was revealed two days ago.

“We want to extend our most sincere solidarity and support to the former guitarist of the Caifanes group, Alejandro Marcovich, because information reached the newsroom about his state of health. The musician is fighting against prostate cancer, so we hope with all our hearts that he emerges victorious from this tough battle. Alejandro, our hearts with you”, said Mónica Noguera.

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This is not the first time that Alejandro has had health problems, since in 2010 it was revealed that he had a brain tumor. In June of that year it was reported that the musician had been hospitalized for several days National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery of Mexico City.

In the hospital he was subjected to different neurological studies so that the patient could be operated on. July 23, 2010. The guitarist was optimistic, as he assured that the best doctors were treating him. The operation was successful and Alejandro returned to his activities.

Through social networks, he shared what this surgery meant, what it marked, which is why two years ago he celebrated that the procedure had the best results.

“Today marks the 10th anniversary of my brain surgery. I couldn’t be happier. Every day, every hour, every minute, every second, and every breath is a miracle to be thankful for. I am,” Marcovich wrote on Instagram.

Photo: Ig - @alejandro_marcovich
Photo: Ig – @alejandro_marcovich

When Alejandro made public that he had a brain tumor, rumors began about a possible reunion of Caifanes, this after the band dissolved due to various problems. It was announced that after the other members of the group were informed about the guitarist’s health, they would have decided to meet again to celebrate his artistic career as Caifanes.

Marcovich was part of Caifanes from 1989 to 1995, when it became known that due to friction between the guitarist and Saúl Hernández, Alejandro had decided to leave the band.

This would not have been the first time that this happened within the group, because before Caifanes existed, the band Las insólitas imagenes de Aurora due to their differences.

It was not until 2011 that Caifanes met again on the stage of Vive Latino, but shortly after it was reported that they would continue with their original members, that is, without Marcovich.

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