Elizabeth Taylor Death?, No

February 12, 2011 by staff 

Elizabeth Taylor Death, The recent hospitalization of actress Elizabeth Taylor has a lot of speculation about her death. The 78-year-old is currently hospitalized at Cedars-Sinai Hospital Medical Center in Los Angeles. Taylor is being monitored after suffering symptoms of symptoms caused by congestive heart failure. Liz Taylor was suffering from the disease for some time.

Providence, Rhode Island resident Mario Silva reacted to news that Elizabeth Taylor was in the hospital: “. I wish him the best I remember when she played” Cleopatra “She was so incredibly beautiful, more beautiful than Angelina Jolie Kim Kardashian or as Cleopatra. When I went online this morning, I saw rumors that she was dead. It was terrible. I hope she has a speedy recovery. We are all thinking about her “.

In October 2009, doctors performed cardiac surgery on Elizabeth Taylor. She was plagued by health problems for decades, including back problems. Taylor laundry list of health problems including heart failure heart troublescongestive, back problems, seizures, substance abuse prescripteion, stroke, diabetes, skin cancer, brain tumor, osteoporosis, and replacements hip. Taylor has received more than 100 surgeries for her various ailments and is virtually confined to a wheelchair.

In her youth, Elizabeth Taylor was widely considered the most beautiful woman in the world. Liz Taylor was married eight times. A list of her husbands and years of their marriage:

(AFP) – Hollywood film legend Elizabeth Taylor has been recovering in a Los Angeles hospital after being admitted with symptoms of congestive heart failure, her spokesman.

The 78 year old actress “was hospitalized earlier this week when she was taken to Cedars Sinai (Medical Center) suffering from symptoms caused by congestive heart failure, chronic illness,” said Sally Morrison publicist.

“This issue is addressed. She is currently detained in hospital for monitoring, she added, without giving further details about the state of the Oscar-winning star.

Taylor’s health has been the subject of intense speculation in recent years. In 1997, she underwent surgery for a brain tumor removed and in 2006 she appeared on U.S. television to deny rumors that she had Alzheimer’s disease.

In July 2008 she was hospitalized in Los Angeles, but her spokesman denied reports that she was near death and was placed on a respirator.

In 2009, she underwent heart surgery to repair a “leaky valve,” tweets later: “It’s like having a brand new ticker … Thank you for your prayers and good wishes I know they all contributed Love you, Elizabeth … “

His spokesman said Friday that Taylor “family and close friends are grateful for the warm support and interest of its loyal fans.”

But they “have asked that people respect her privacy and allow her medical team time and space to focus on restoring her back to health,” she said in a statement.

Taylor, who uses a wheelchair, has rarely appeared in public in recent years, although she did attend the funeral of the pop icon and longtime friend of Michael Jackson in 2009.

In her youth, she played the Queen of Hollywood, a violet-eyed beauty best known for her tumultuous love affair with actor Richard Burton for her eight marriages that an Oscar performance.

His life packed the theater as much as her nearly 50 film roles for nearly half a century, which Taylor received two Oscars – for “Butterfield 8″ (1960) and “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf” (1966), considered her finest performance.

Taylor Burton married twice in 1964 and again in 1975 but they divorced in 1976 and left her tempestuous relationship an alcoholic, and her career in decline.

In and out of rehab clinic in California Betty Ford in the 1980s, she overcame her alcoholism and an addiction to painkillers and has emerged as a champion of the cause of AIDS victims.

In 1991, she stunned the world when she married husband No. 8: Larry Fortensky, a construction worker for 40 years, she has met at the Betty Ford Clinic. They parted amicably three years later.

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