BBC presenter George Alagiah’s cancer has spread
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BBC presenter George Alagiah’s cancer has spread. Alagiah plans to strike the cancer “hard and fast” with a mixture of chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
George Alagiah decided to take a break from his presentation. According to his agent, he needs a break to deal with “another spread of cancer”.
Alagiah was initially diagnosed in 2014. The initial diagnosis was bowel cancer, but it spread to his liver and lymph nodes.
This won’t be the first time Alagiah has had to take a break. He had previously battled his illness before returning to BBC News At Six.
According to Alagiah’s agent, he “needs to take a break from his studio duties to deal with further spread of cancer.”
“He was first diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer in April 2014.”
Alagiah’s agent added: “In a letter to colleagues in the newsroom, Mr. Alagiah said his medical team decided to strike the new tumor ‘hard and fast’.
“He is due to undergo a combination of chemotherapy and radiation therapy over the next few months.
“He added that working on the program” has kept me sane over the past few years “and” I am determined to come back. “
Alagiah battled her bowel cancer with 17 cycles of chemotherapy.
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