As the comedian Mark Le Fêvre a few months ago got rid of a birthmark on his head in connection with a check, he got a discouraging message.
the Tests showed: the sign of cancer.
Doctors at the university hospital took no chances, and Mark Le Fêvre was therefore summoned to the surgery, where surgeons had to remove a large area of the head.
Subsequently, it turned out to Mark Le Fêvres great relief, that there was no further sign of cancer, but the operation has nevertheless left its mark - among other things, in the form of a long scar on Mark Le Fêvres head.
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En Ekstra Bladet met him on the red carpet for " movie premiere gala of 'the Clown - The Final' on Wednesday night, he put a few words on how it goes for him after the operation.
- It is luckily really nice. I do not have any injury or nuisance, other than a large scar, which grows a little each day, until it has set completely, he said with a smile.
Mark Le Fêvre got something of a shock, but it's all thankfully gone well. Photo: Jonas Olufson
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The 31-year-old comedian rates, however happy, that it was not worse.
- But when it finally had to be, so I think that it is very fortunate escaped, and so I also think that it looks a little bad ass out, he said further.
Mark Le Fêvre on the red carpet for the 'the Clown - The Final'- " movie premiere gala. Photo: Jonas Olufson
Mark Le Fëvre also told me that he is really happy with the way he was treated at the national hospital in connection with the operation.
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They thought there was cancer, there were signs of cancer. So, you might not get it, and so they had to operate as if it had been there, so it went very quickly, he said, and continued:
- Big cadeau to the system. It went very quickly, the characters were there, the operation was over. But it ended up happily happy.
- Are you relieved top surgery?
- Much. Completely cliche-ish, I must say, that the enjoying everyday life a little more afterwards. It makes you believe.