Bowel cancer symptoms and warning signs: Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts has bowel cancer: A piece of news is coming into the headlines about Adele Roberts who is a British broadcaster and English reality television personality. Recently, she announced that she has been diagnosed with Bowel Cancer. The news is getting viral on social media and all her fans are shocked to hear this. Her fans are praying for her speedy recovery. She is the most prominent and renowned broadcaster and television presenter. Since the news went viral, all her known ones are worried about her. Some people are searching to know more details about the disease. Here, we have some important details about the disease and Adele Roberts. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Bowel cancer symptoms and warning signs
Recently, the popular broadcaster Adele Roberts took her official Instagram account to reveal that she is suffering from Bowel Cancer. On Monday, she had undergone surgery to remove a tumor so that it can be known whether she needs more treatment or not. According to the reports, Bowel Cancer is the fourth most cancer in the United Kingdom. The Charity Bowel Cancer UK stated that every year, more than 42,000 cases have been discovered in the UK. It mainly occurs in the older age group, according to the calculations, 94% of people are diagnosed at 50+ age and 59% are 70 above.
Radio 1 DJ Adele Roberts has bowel cancer
However, we can’t forget that it can happen at any age including 20s, 30s, and 40s just like Adele Roberts. In her post, she wrote, “It is treatable though, and as LGBTQ+ ambassador and former I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! Early detection can save your life.” She explained her diagnosis stating that first, she was struggling with her digestion for a while. She recalled her conversation with her dad a few years back. She then went to her GP for a check. She added that she felt that something is serious. After some tests and check-ups, she was diagnosed with Bowel Cancer.
Robert is now urging everyone to please make sure you checked out if you have any problems. She added that this disease can affect anyone at any age and it doesn’t discriminate. An associate clinical director and GP at Bupa UK, Elizabeth said, “It can be easy to dismiss the symptoms of bowel cancer, and people often put different bowel movements or bloating down to stuff they eat or changes in their body as they get older.” Adding that, if we delayed getting help then it put our lives at risk. However, Bowel Cancer is curable. We should keep our eye on our changes in the body. It can affect people who are fit and healthy too like Robert who is a fitness freak and a keen runner. Stay tuned with us for more updates.