Juan Pablo Medina reappears in the Mexican environment after the amputation of his leg

John Paul Medinaactor from the series “La casa de las flores”, reappeared in the recent edition of GQ Mexico magazine and did a photo shoot with his prosthesis after losing a leg.

In statements to the Mexican media, the 44-year-old celebrity ended speculation about his health and few appearances on social networks.

My first reaction was like anger. Medina confessed, who on July 15, 2021 had to be admitted to a hospital in an emergency for having suffered a silent heart attack that later forced the amputation of his right leg.

“I want to enjoy what I did win, which was living, which matters more than what I lost”, expressed the American actor of Mexican origin.

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Juan Pablo Medina appeared very smiling with his prosthesis in different scenarios. In addition, the actor presumed that he is “the best prosthesis there is, is mechatronics”.

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Medina highlighted the support of his family, starting with his father, who is a doctor and who did “everything possible” for saving his limb, but above all his life; his girlfriend, the actress Paulina Davilawho was in charge of making him understand that his health came first.

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“Something that has helped me a lot is how I want to see myself, what I want to do, I am very excited to work, but I want to be at the moment when my body and my head tell me I am ready for this. I want to master prosthetics and it takes time and a lot of effort and work for after I get to be able to interpret, I’m very grateful “, concluded.

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