Gary Burgess dead: ITV star dies in his sleep age 46The host was diagnosed with stage three bowel cancer in December 2016.At present, the most dangerous place her cancer has been found is just outside of her liver, wrapped around her bile ducts.Deborah told her co-stars that as well as this, she was still getting over colitis from three months ago and was struggling to eat."I can eat the wrong thing and it sets off an attack of colitis," she explained.Last month, the podcast host was told her liver stent had started to fail which required her to undergo an immediate operation.Doctors initially believed the stent was blocked, however she was later told it had to be removed because there was too much cancer around that area."I thought I was being sent home to die.
It was really scary," she added after doctors told her there wasn't much they could do at that point.In a later scan, the presenter witnessed the cancer on different organs in her body including her pancreas, which took her by surprise.Britney Spears stuns fans as she bares all in naked Instagram pics [PICTURED]Jeremy Clarkson 'flattered' over petition not to have him sacked [REVEALED]James Jordan branded a 'scumbag' by Strictly co-star Danny John-Jules [REACTION]She then recalled the emotional moment her surgeon told her to enjoy as much quality time with loved ones as possible over Christmas."He said, 'I'm really sorry, there's nothing I can do for you'."The presenter has since undergone some more scans and tests, which determined an improvement in her liver.However, she was warned that other treatment may not be possible due to fears of sepsis.On her current situation, Deborah said: "I'm not the person people have known for the last four years where I'm.