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‘I may have to have surgery’ GB News presenter Eamonn Holmes shares grim health update

Eamonn Holmes was only just six weeks ago undergoing treatment for his long-term back condition, but has now expressed his fears over needing further surgery. The GB News anchor, 62, has openly spoken on his health woes over the past year and shared he had felt “pretty low” after being forced to take time off for his recovery in a Belfast hospital.Speaking on his current state, Eamonn said: “Just six weeks earlier I was lying in a hospital bed in Belfast undergoing treatment on a long-term back condition.“Many nights were spent wondering if and when I’d be back on TV, doing the job I love.“I was forced to watch the Queen’s Jubilee celebrations on the Telly rather than presenting from Buckingham Palace. I felt pretty low.“How would I recover? How long would I be off? What might the future hold? Yet life has a funny way of working itself out in the end - especially if you can try and stay positive," he explained.However, Eamonn was thankful to the NHS for helping him to recover and “continuing” in the right direction with his health.He continued: “Okay, I might not be taking part in the Iron Man Challenge anytime soon.

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Opening statements in trial of Elizabeth Holmes' ex-boyfriend, Theranos COO Sunny Balwani - - city San Jose - county Holmes
Opening statements in trial of Elizabeth Holmes' ex-boyfriend, Theranos COO Sunny Balwani
SAN JOSE, Calif. - Opening statements were set to begin Tuesday in the federal fraud trial of former Theranos Chief Operating Officer and ex-boyfriend of the company's founder, Elizabeth Holmes.Sunny Balwani faces 10 counts of fraud and two counts of conspiracy related to his role in the failed blood testing company. Holmes faced the same charges and was convicted in January of three counts of fraud and one count of conspiracy. Her sentencing is scheduled for September after Balwani's trial is complete.While Holmes was the public face of the company that falsely claimed its technology could run a complex array of tests with only a drop of blood, Balwani managed many of the company's day-to-day operations.He oversaw the testing lab and prosecutors say he was instrumental in the decision to secretly use modified third-party analyzers after the company's so-called Edison analyzers proved to be plagued with problems. The ex-lovers were indicted together, but their trials were separated after Holmes' defense team accused Balwani of abusing her and controlling her decisions at the company.Balwani's attorney's have denied he abused Holmes. His trial was set to begin in February but was pushed back as the Omicron variant of the coronavirus surged. Opening statements were again delayed last week when Judge Edward Davila said a juror was exposed to someone with the virus. AdvertisementEvan Sernoffsky is an investigative reporter for KTVU.
COVID exposure cancels Theranos exec Sunny Balwani opening statements - - city San Jose - county Holmes
COVID exposure cancels Theranos exec Sunny Balwani opening statements
SAN JOSE, Calif. - Less than an hour after Theranos executive Sunny Balwani walked into a San Jose federal courthouse on Wednesday, a judge canceled opening statements because someone on the jury was exposed to someone with COVID.The judge called it a "limited, limited exposure" and said he hoped to be back in session "sooner rather than later."It wasn't exactly clear, but it appeared as though the case might resume on Friday. Balwani is Theranos founder's Elizabeth Holmes ex-boyfriend and was second-in-command at the now disgraced blood-testing Silicon Valley company. Like Holmes, Balwani faces multiple fraud charges as a co-conspirator in misleading investors and patients. Prosecutors say Balwaini and Holmes falsely told investors that the company's proprietary technology could perform a wide range of blood tests using only a drop of blood and also grossly exaggerated Theranos's financial standing and profitability.Prosecutors aren't saying whether they will call Holmes to testify against balwani.During her trial, Holmes testified that Balwani sexually and psychologically abused her and controlled her life.In January, a jury found Holmes guilty of fraud and conspiracy. Her sentencing has been delayed until September. The Theranos saga captivated much of the country and is now also the subject of a Hulu series called 'The Dropout. Advertisement