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BBC's Deborah James explains social media absence after followers concerned over health

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But, while she was hopeful, things didn’t go according to plan. Deborah said at the time that doctors had given her options.

In the latest update, though, she seemed to suggest that these options were no longer available. "I just wanted to pop on and say thank you, guys.

What a rollercoaster of a week it has been," she said on Instagram."You know, I'm very happy to have hit that five-year milestone and then I found myself, I suppose, in the hospital suddenly having options whipped away from me."And I was thinking, 'Oh my word.’"The broadcaster, who is also the author of the book “F*** You Cancer, was told by authors in 2016 that she wouldn’t make it beyond five years.

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