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“Finally, I’m not going to die and it’s quite annoying”

A dozen years ago, David Demeire, now 58, went to the emergency room. He has a ball in his back. The diagnosis is clear and straightforward: stage 4 cancer. David has only 8 months to live …

Faced with this totally unexpected announcement, the Montois decided to live totally a few weeks left to live: he sold his company shares to his partner, he left his wife, he canceled his life insurance and his savings. Usually shy, he expresses his love for a friend as he explains the situation. Together, he multiplied their travels around the world.

>> During a scan in Belgium, the “good” news comes: “Finally, I’m not going to die and it’s quite annoying.”

>> Once again, his life changed upside down: “Everything is falling apart again …”

>> Discover David’s incredible story in VOLT, a new media outlet from the Mon-Borinage region.

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