Michel Cymes, 65, who fought against cancer, continues, with his wife, to participate in charity events in support of children

Incognito is how Michel Cymes fought a battle none of his countless viewers feared: cancer. The bomb, announced by Le Parisien in early September 2022, is subtly described in a new book, scheduled for release on October 5, 2022.

He is surely not unknown to you. Michel Cymes, the most famous doctor on French television has devoted more than 25 years of his life to sharing facts, tips and humor to brighten up the lives of French people.

Alongside his ex-acolyte Marina Carrère d’Encausse, he lit up the screens, notably in “Le Magazine de la Santé” for 20 years, in its derivatives Allô Docteurs” and “Enquête de santé” but also hosted other programs such as as “The Extraordinary Powers of the Human Body” alongside Adriana Karembeu.

The doctor and television presenter, Michel Cymes poses on February 09, 2015 in Issy-Les-Moulineaux, France. | Photo: Getty Images

Having become a public figure, Michel Cymes juggled between his two dazzling careers as doctor and animator and did not miss the call of his patients or that of his audience.

But everyone was unaware of what was happening behind the scenes of this success. On announcement of his new book entitled “Nothing is impossible (my story could be yours)” which will be published on October 5, 2022, Michel Cymes addresses the subject of his cancerwhich he would have discovered “by chance”.

“Cancer doesn’t just happen to others”: Michel Cymes shares details of his health in his new book

At 65, the favorite doctor of the French is always present to help the population to live healthier. But few people know the details of Michel Cymes’ health life.

In 2017, he admitted to having ADHD or Attention Deficit Disorder with or without Hyperactivity, which only affects 2% to 4% of adults in France. To put it simply, it causes him to be hyperactive, unable to concentrate fully for long periods of time, and bored quickly.

Michel Cymes attends the'Jaguar Land Rover France' party during the grand opening of the Paris Motor Show at Parc des Expositions Porte de Versailles on October 2, 2018 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

Michel Cymes attends the ‘Jaguar Land Rover France’ party during the grand opening of the Paris Motor Show at Parc des Expositions Porte de Versailles on October 2, 2018 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

This disorder is generally visible from childhood and can be a real handicap to learning for those who are affected.

According to the website officially sharing ADHD information,

“Parents notice excessive agitation from the age of walking, or are alerted to it as soon as they enter the community. From the start of primary school, school demands increase: the disorder leads to learning difficulties and social and family disruptions that worry families and drive them to seek counselling.”

How did Michel Cymes, then, do to complete his studies and to carry out his daily tasks? He explains :

This “allowed me to understand the difficulties I had in carrying out my studies. I now know that I have a capacity for concentration that is ultra-limited in time (…) I have built up a kind of library in my brain, which I come to draw from.

TV celebrity Michel Cymes arrives for the 34th annual dinner of the Representative Council of Jewish Institutions of France (CRIF), on February 20, 2019, at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris. | Photo: Getty Images

TV celebrity Michel Cymes arrives for the 34th annual dinner of the Representative Council of Jewish Institutions of France (CRIF), on February 20, 2019, at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris. | Photo: Getty Images

If this is a daily battle that Cymes has to fight, he shares another in which he believes he has emerged victorious: the cancer.

Without having given any details yet, Michel Cymes has already announced that he will address the subject of his experience in his next book “Nothing is impossible (my story could be yours)” scheduled for release on October 5, 2022 at Stock.

“This book is different from all my other books. I approach a subject whose details I had always tried to keep secret, a subject which I will never fully understand but on which I have made great progress, by peeling it, by searching it, by exploring, by questioning it: my experience”,

does he share during his announcement, to which he will add that this book is in honor of a sharing that he wishes to share with his readers, having been faithful to him for years.

Michel Cymes and his wife Nathalie attend the 70th Monaco Red Cross Ball Gala on July 27, 2018 in Monte Carlo, Monaco. | Photo: Getty Images

Michel Cymes and his wife Nathalie attend the 70th Monaco Red Cross Ball Gala on July 27, 2018 in Monte Carlo, Monaco. | Photo: Getty Images

“You will see that cancer does not only happen to others and that it is important to get screened because we are not always “lucky”, like me, to discover it by chance…”

he continues while reinforcing the importance of everyone being screened for cancer. This is also a prevention campaign that he has been supporting for a very long time in order toencourage the French population to screen for cancer.

In addition to addressing this battle that he led incognito, his new book will also share the details of his career, his youth, his career in general but also his childhood.

The latter is a subject on which Michel Cymes places a strong emphasis because according to him, “a modest childhood can be the foundation of many miracles if it is happy.”

“You will discover that family history is crucial in the construction and choices of the man I have become”,

he adds.

Doctor Michel Cymes and his wife Nathalie attend the Legends Trophy dinner at Fouquet's, Champs Elysees on June 3, 2015 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

Doctor Michel Cymes and his wife Nathalie attend the Legends Trophy dinner at Fouquet’s, Champs Elysees on June 3, 2015 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

Michel Cymes attends a charity gala alongside his wife

In the Salle Gaveau in Paris (8th arrondissement) the last edition of the Charity Gala of the association “Enfance Majuscule” was successfully held on June 15, 2021, despite the health crisis.

In honor of this occasion, Michel Cymes who chaired the event, decided to show up in the arms of his wife, Nathalie.

Although Michel Cymes, father of three boys, absolutely wanted to keep his family life away from the media and then minimized romantic outings, he did the honor, this time, to illuminate the cameras of the beauty of his wife.

The couple sporting elegance in their outfits, Michel opted for a classic black tuxedo with a white shirt standing side by side with Nathalie, lovely in her dazzling red dress.

Michel Cymes and his wife Nathalie Cymes attend the "Capital Childhood Gala" at Salle Gaveau on June 15, 2021 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

Michel Cymes and his wife Nathalie Cymes attend the “Gala Enfance Majuscule” at Salle Gaveau on June 15, 2021 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

After walking the red carpet, the couple and several other public figures, such as Agathe Natanson, Michel Fabian, Prince Michel d’Orléans and Princess Barbara d’Orléans among others, were bound to be intoxicated with the beauty of sound. strings of the famous cellist artist Nemanja Radulović in harmony with those of the Devil’s Trills.

The president of Enfance Majuscule gave a speech poignant that evening,

“It’s true that we won’t be able to talk to each other while drinking a glass of champagne, but Enfance Majuscule is there, you are there and that means that you are very attached to the association. It warms my heart.”

She also wanted to thank all those who had the courage to share their experiences publicly by denouncing the abuse experienced.

Doctor Michel Cymes and his wife Nathalie Cymes attend the preview of "You Are Young, You Are Beautiful" at the Cinéma Gaumont Opéra on September 23, 2019 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

Doctor Michel Cymes and his wife Nathalie Cymes attend the premiere of “You Are Young, You Are Beautiful” at Cinema Gaumont Opera on September 23, 2019 in Paris, France. | Photo: Getty Images

For his part, Michel Cymes also spoke.

“I tell myself that it’s great, and at the same time, I would have liked so much not to have to preside over this gala. Being there on this stage, it proves that we still need Enfance Majuscule. This year has been terrible with a massive increase in reporting. No one is safe from the havoc. No one,”

did he support with regret.

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Michel Cymes, 65, who fought against cancer, continues, with his wife, to participate in charity events in support of children