BBC presenter Deborah James, 40, has been diagnosed with colon cancer for the second time. Doctors are not giving British women any chance of survival. In a touching Instagram post, she wrote, “Nobody knows how long I stayed. I can’t walk, I sleep most of the time and all the things I take for granted are just a dream.”
After this post caused a stir internationally, Deborah James spoke up again. “The truth is, I don’t know how long I stayed,” she told The Sun. That is why you are afraid of fatigue: “I am afraid of sleep.”
Raised nearly eight million Swiss francs in donations
A mother-of-two has made her story public to raise funds for a campaign for women with colon cancer. Almost eight million francs are already available for Bowelbabe’s chest been donated. Queen Elizabeth II (96) even awarded her the title “Lady” for her commitment. Prince William, 39, visited her specifically for this purpose.
Deborah James asserts, even if her cancer is incurable and doctors haven’t given her much longer to live, “I don’t plan to die soon, but it’s unpredictable.”
Many thanks to her family
You are currently feeling tired and have stomach problems. In everyday life she needs help. Her family is always on the side of the mediator. “I know the pressure on them is great right now, and I can’t do anything without their help.” (Billion dollar)
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