Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts gives cancer update and says the stomata have ‘saved my life’

Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts confirmed back in October 2021 that she was being treated for bowel cancer, which had been diagnosed earlier in the month

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Loose women: Adele Roberts updates her bowel cancer situation

Adele Roberts made a brilliant appearance on Loose Women on Wednesday and gave fans a heartwarming health update.

Looking beautiful in a pale pink jacket and gold chain, Adele joined Christine Lampard, Coleen Nolan, Jane Moore and Janet Street-Porter to the studio to chat.

The interview comes after Adele shared some of the never-before-seen side effects of her bowel cancer treatment that she said have ‘devastated’ her body.

Speaking of chemotherapy with the Loose Women, Adele said: “It really affected my skin, so I lost the skin on my hands and feet, I had dark spots on my skin. tongue.”

Adele Roberts makes a dazzling appearance on Loose Women on Wednesday



Janet then asked Adele what the next thing she wanted to achieve was when the treatment was over.

“That’s a great question. I think the next thing is hopefully going on vacation, hoping to be able to be on the beach with my little tumor,” Adele replied.

Referring to the little bag called Audrey, Adele continued: “So to help me recover from cancer, I took a little bag and I have a little bag to show you if that’s okay. are you OK?”

Taking out the small bag, she explained: “This is the bag where I left it and it stuck on my stomach like that”.

“And is that life or will you say goodbye to Audrey?” Then Jane asked her.

“It’s going to be reversible in the end,” Adele replied, before adding, “You know, you say that makes me feel emotional because she’s gotten me through so much and she helped save my life. I will be very sad when she dies.”

Loose Women airs at 12:30pm on weekdays on ITV and ITV Hub.

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