Jonnie Irwin has shared his frustration over cancer waiting times as he snapped a photo of himself wearing an oxygen mask.The former A Place in The Sun presenter is currently fighting terminal lung cancer after he was diagnosed with the heartbreaking disease in 2020, Last November, Jonnie went public with his diagnosis but has continued to update his loyal fans on his condition.
The star, 49, was told he only had six months to live when he received his diagnosis, but he's defied the odds and still continues to fight the disease ten months later.Currently, NHS waiting lists are at an all-time high, with many diagnosed with the disease being made to wait months for tests, as writes the Mirror.The broadcaster - who has heartbreakingly admitted he has not told his sons about this illness - has never shied away from speaking candidly and has now expressed his frustration as he's forced to wait for scans.
The dad-of-three shared a pic of himself wearing an oxygen mask with his 218,000 Instagram followers. Pictured with the breathing apparatus on his face, Jonnie said: "The wait for more scans is frustrating when you know the cancer is on the move again.
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