The musician and composer Camilo Sesto He died this Sunday in Madrid at 72 because of a renal complication, confirmed his manager, Eduardo Guervos. The Spanish interpreter suffered two cardiorespiratory arrests this morning, the representative said.
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Camilo Blanes Cortés, his real name, lived with health problems in recent years. His physical condition was very deteriorated due to renal complications, for which he was already admitted for a few days last year and that have finally led to his death in a hospital in the Madrid town of Pozuelo de Alarcón.
Eduardo Guervos He told the Spanish public TVE station that Camilo Sesto was going to start treatment in October to counteract the effects of the renal failure he suffered, however, time won. "On October 2 we had an appointment with the nephrologist for the 25th to begin preparing him for dialysis," he revealed.
"(Camilo Sesto) my kidney was very damaged. That has been the cause (of his death). There he began to stop eating and drinking and everything. He was very distressed. The kidney has given him a lot of war until the end"explained Guervos, who described the artist as a"simple, humble, very capable and hard working genius ".
The health status of Camilo Sesto worsened on Saturday, which is why he was taken to the clinic. "Around 1:30 in the morning he had a cardiorespiratory failure, but they could recover it. Already at 4:30 in the morning he gave him another strike that he could not resist. He could not stand it", the representative said.
The last public presentation of Camilo Sesto It happened in November 2018 for the release of his album "Symphonic Camilo", who arrived in a wheelchair and could not stand long.
This Monday the burning chapel will be installed at the headquarters of the General Society of Authors and Publishers (SGAE) of Madrid, where they will watch over the mortal remains of the acclaimed interpreter.
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