Podcaster Deborah James dies after battle with bowel cancer

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Podcaster and campaigner Deborah James, whose frank accounts of life with bowel cancer sparked an extraordinary deluge of charity donations, has died, her family have announced.

James, the driving force behind the BBC podcast You, Me and The Big C, broke the news of her diagnosis to followers last month that she had moved into end-of-life hospice care at home.

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