Pele's organs stop working, shift to end of life care
Pele, a football legend, has been shifted to end-of-life care at the hospital. Doctors have also stopped her chemotherapy as her body is no longer responding in the fight against colon cancer. His organs have also stopped working. His fans are very disappointed with this news.
The bad news is coming from Brazil amid FIFA World Cup 2022. Pele, a football legend, has been shifted to end-of-life care at the hospital. Doctors have also stopped her chemotherapy as her body is no longer responding in the fight against colon cancer. The newspaper Folha de Sao Paulo reported that 82-year-old Pele, whose full name is Edson Arantes do Nascimento, was admitted to the Albert Einstein Hospital on Tuesday due to general swelling and heart failure, but now his body is stable. Organs have stopped working.
Indeed, Pele's health bulletin on Thursday reported that the three-time World Cup winner was in stable condition. While the Folha de Sao Paulo reported on Saturday that Pele was not responding to chemotherapy treatments he had been undergoing since last September. Reports said that he is now under palliative care. This is for patients with end-of-life care.
Pele is considered the greatest footballer of all time. He won three World Cups with Brazil in 1958, 1962 and 1970. He scored 643 goals in 659 official matches for the Brazilian club Santos. During his career and after his retirement, Pelé received numerous individual and team awards for his performances on the field, record-breaking achievements and his legacy in the sport.
Pele posted a post on Instagram only last week to reassure his fans about his health. He wrote that I have come to the hospital for a monthly checkup. By writing this, he had somewhat reduced the concern of the fans. After this, his fans also waved a huge flag during the FIFA World Cup 2022 to wish Pele a speedy recovery. On which it was written Pele Get Well Soon…. Responding to this, Pele wrote that it feels good to get such positive messages... Thank you, Qatar for this love.