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Kirsty Gallacher opens up on quitting GB News for major health reason

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KIRSTY Gallacher has opened up on the major health condition which saw her quit her breakfast presenting gig on GB News. The former Sky Sports presenter, 46, admitted she found a "benign tumour" shortly before leaving her GB News co-host role alongside Simon McCoy.

Kirsty told Top Sante Magazine: "I left GB News mainly for health reasons. "I was presenting the breakfast show with Simon McCoy. "I’d found out last autumn that I had an acoustic neuroma in my right ear, which is a small, benign tumour that causes low-level tinnitus. "It often deprives me of good-quality sleep, so getting up early to do breakfast shows took too much of a toll on my health." read more kirsty gallacherLAST DIP MasterChef star Kirsty Gallacher stuns in bikini and fans are saying same thingSPRING FLING Find out what REALLY went on between Kirsty Gallacher and Jack Whitehall Tinnitus is a medical term to describe the perception of noise either in one ear, both ears or in the head, when there is no corresponding external sound.

It is often described as a “ringing in the ears” but the exact sound heard can vary from person to person. Additionally, she has previously told of a cancer scare last summer.

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