the State agency manifested itself, through a public statement, and clarified that it was treated correctly. Find out, in this note, everything that is known about the circumstances in which the musician’s death occurred.
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The departure of Walther Arturo Lozada Floriano, better known in the Peruvian show as
Walther Lozada, has caused different reactions, especially in those who belonged to the close circle of the artist. Thus, It’s Health clarified some aspects of how the last moments of his life were.
“Today, at 3:40 p.m., the musical director of the group Armonía 10 passed away in the Intensive Care Unit of the Guillermo Almenara Irigoyen National Hospital,” the letter begins.
Later, the decentralized body clarified that Lozada’s situation was very serious: “The patient suffered from a chronic illness and was receiving the corresponding treatment in the aforementioned hospital. The Management of the Almenara Performance Network expresses its deepest condolences to the family, friends and followers of the leader of the musical group.
This is the official document in which EsSalud affirms that Walther Lozada was treated correctly. Photo: EsSalud
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Minutes before the remains of
Walther Lozada were removed from the Almenara hospital, the musician’s daughter, Bianca Lozada, spoke with La República and revealed that the artist suffered from cirrhosis. In addition, he explained why so much support was requested for the musical director:
“Unfortunately, liver cirrhosis won the battle for us. We were waiting for a liver transplant and just when the transplant was already in progress, an infection ended all our illusions. For this reason, I would like to send a message to all the people: ‘Donate. Donate because my father stayed for a liver donation. There are many families that would be happier.’”