Cezar Bononi was in a very tough situation with his wife’s leukemia treatments hit a roadblock. Despite all of the attention and help, he is still in a very bad situation.
His wife needs a bone marrow transplant by April 1st, but there is a big problem because they are dealing with Brazil during the pandemic.
“My sister in law is a match donor for my wife’s Leukemia treatment,” Bononi wrote in his original message. “Without a bone marrow transplant there is 80% chance of this disease coming back. Brazil’s health system is overloaded because of COVID and they are not able to withdraw her bone marrow and send it here before April 27th.”
Bononi, who is currently performing for AEW, sent out a follow-up tweet to update fans.
Just an update: We did not got a interview on the embassy, and today is the only day that the embassy will have interviews before the deadline we need for the transplant. My sister-in-law is camped at the front of the embassy hoping to get a interview. Prayers pls!
The original tweet received a reply from Todd Crawford Chapman, American diplomat and U.S Ambassador to Brazil. Bononi was given an email to contact, but it apparently didn’t do very much good.
Our thoughts are with Cezar Bononi and his family during this terrible situation as time seems to be running out to get that bone marrow transplant his wife really needs.