Journalist Cristiana Lôbo, from GloboNews, died this Thursday (11) in São Paulo at the age of 63. The information was released by the broadcaster, which interrupted the program to honor her. Cristiana Lôbo has been away from television since 2020.

The cause of death was a type of cancer called multiple myeloma, which the journalist had been treating for some years.

Multiple myeloma is a cancer of the cells in the bone marrow that are responsible for producing antibodies that fight viruses and bacteria. Last weekend, Cristiana Lôbo was admitted to the Albert Einstein hospital, in São Paulo, with pneumonia.

Miriam Leitão was moved, reminding her colleague: “She was always good at interviewing, raising the stage. As a colleague, he showed strength. Our feeling is too strong to even speak. I would like to pass on to Cris’ family members, our hug and our enormous affection. She was a great journalist and a great colleague”.

Cristiana was born in Goiânia (GO). She started her career covering the politics of the state of Goiás until moving to Brasília (DF). Hired by the newspaper O Globo, she was a sectorist at the Ministry of Health, at the time she closely followed the creation of the vaccination portfolio.

She passed through the State of São Paulo and debuted in 1997 on TV, on Globo News, as part of the commentator team for Jornal das 10. Throughout her career at the station, he was featured in all the news programs in the house. It also had its program, Facts and Versions, and a column in G1.

Amelia Warner– After graduating from NYU with a master's degree in history, She was also a columnist for many local newspapers. Amelia Warner mostly covers Entertainment topics, but at times loves to write about movie reviews as well.

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