BBC Radio 1 presenter Adele Roberts reveals she has been diagnosed with bowel cancer, also known as colon cancer earlier this month
BBC Radio 1 presenter Adele Roberts reveals she has been diagnosed with bowel cancer, also known as colon cancer earlier this month

Popular presenter with London-based BBC Radio 1 Adele Roberts has revealed that telling her family about her bowel cancer is what breaks her heart the most, not even the cancer she has been diagnosed with.

“The hardest thing wasn’t even finding out I had cancer, it was telling my family. It broke my heart.(sic). If you know any of them please look after them for me until I can see them again,” she wrote in a facebook post sighted by GhanaVanguard.com

The 42-years old bisexual radio personality Adele Roberts, on Sunday evening broke the news of her being diagnosed with a bowel cancer earlier this month, following her months long problem with digestion.

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“For a while now I’ve been struggling with my digestion,” he indicated.

Adele continued; “I didn’t think anything of it at first and just assumed it might be food sensitivity. After a few phone calls I was sent for some examinations and checks. I was then diagnosed with bowel cancer.”

What is bowel cancer

According to the UK’s National Health Service, bowel cancer is the cancer of the colon or rectum, located at the digestive tract’s lower end.
Early cases can begin as non-cancerous polyps. These often have no symptoms but can be detected by screening. For this reason, doctors recommend screenings for those at high risk or over the age of 50.
Colorectal cancer symptoms depend on the size and location of the cancer. Some commonly experienced symptoms include changes in bowel habits, changes in stool consistency, blood in the stool and abdominal discomfort.

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