Has Deborah James passed?


Deborah James / Date of death


What kind of cancer did Deborah James have? English journalist and BBC podcast host Deborah James has died following a long battle with cancer. The reporter was diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer in 2016. James shared her cancer journey on the BBC podcast “You, Me and the Big C.” James’ family announced her passing in a post on her Instagram page.

How long has Deborah James had bowel cancer? Dame Deborah, who was 40, had bowel cancer since 2016. She dedicated the latter years of her life to talking about cancer and urging people to check for symptoms. NHS chief executive Amanda Pritchard called her “an inspiration to us all”.

What did Deborah James do? She was an inspiration to so many people, and her impact will be felt for years to come. “A powerful writer, reporter and broadcaster, Deborah shone a light on the devastating impact of COVID on cancer care, and was a passionate advocate for the power of science and early diagnosis.

Has Deborah James passed? – Additional Questions

What happened to Deborah James?

Dame Deborah James, the headteacher turned podcaster who raised millions of pounds for charity with her campaigning to raise awareness of bowel cancer, has died, her family has said.

Did Deborah James have a stoma?

A woman from Merseyside says Dame Deborah James made wearing a stoma bag ‘normal’ for her after she was diagnosed with bowel cancer. Doctors told Karen Cowley, from Newton-le-Springs, that she was living with bowel cancer in December 2016, the same year as Dame Deborah.

Is Deborah James in a hospice?

You, Me & The Big C podcast host Dame Deborah James has admirably raised money towards cancer charities after announcing that her own bowel cancer was now terminal. She is now receiving end-of-life hospice care at home due to her cancer treatment being stopped last month.

How old is Deborah Jones?

Jones has presented shows for the BBC, Granada Television, BFBS Radio and Radio City.

Debi Jones
Born 1958 (age 63–64) Crosby, Lancashire, England, UK
Occupation Broadcaster, journalist, singer, councillor, actress
Years active 1980–present