Adele Roberts Opens Up About Her Bowel Cancer Journey & Her Hopes To Be Cancer Free In 6 Weeks | LW

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Radio One DJ and TV presenter Adele Roberts was diagnosed with bowel cancer in October last year, and after eight cycles of chemotherapy, Adele joined our ladies just 48 hours after completing her last treatment to update us all on her cancer journey.

From series 26, broadcast on 18/05/22

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