Classic FM host reveals after nine rounds of chemotherapy the disease stopped spreading
The former BBC Breakfast presenter Bill Turnbull has told of the debilitating effects of undergoing chemotherapy for prostate cancer.
The Classic FM host, 62, revealed he was diagnosed with the disease at the end of last year, and it spread to his legs, hips, pelvis and ribs. After eight rounds of chemotherapy, Turnbull said he asked his consultant to release him from the treatment because he “couldn’t bear it any longer”.
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