How is Bowelbabe today? Deborah passed away peacefully today, surrounded by her family. “Deborah, who many of you will know as Bowelbabe, was an inspiration and we are incredibly proud of her and her work and commitment to charitable campaigning, fundraising and her endless efforts to raise awareness of cancer that touched so many lives.

When was Deborah James first diagnosed with cancer? James, who was diagnosed with Stage Four bowel cancer in 2016 at the age of 35, revealed in May that she had moved to in-home hospice care.

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.

How much is the Bowelbabe fund? Dame Deborah James’ Bowelbabe fund surpasses £7 million day after her death. Dame Deborah James’ Bowelbabe fund has received a surge in donations, passing £7 million just a day after her family announced her death.

How is Bowelbabe today? – Additional Questions

Is Bowelbabe still alive?

Deborah James / Date of death

How much has the Deborah James Fund raised?

Deborah James: Bowelbabe fund passes £6m mark after cancer campaigner made dame. Deborah James’s Bowelbabe fund has smashed its £250,000 target and so far raised over £6m. Money donated to the campaign will go towards funding clinical trials and research that could result in new treatments for cancer patients.

Is Deborah James still alive?

Deborah James / Date of death

How old is Bowelbabe?

40 years (1981–2022)
Deborah James / Age at death

Does JustGiving take a cut?

We deduct the payment processing cost on each donation of 1.9% + 20p.

How much has the Bowelbabe fund raised so far?

// Since The Bowelbabe Fund was announced, it has already surpassed £6m in donations. In The Style has raised £500,000 for The Bowelbabe Fund for Cancer Research UK in just one week from its collection with Dame Deborah James.

Who is Bowelbabe on Instagram?

Deborah James (@bowelbabe) • Instagram photos and videos.

What is Bowelbabe fund?

Money raised will be used for clinical trials and research into personalised medicine for cancer patients and supporting campaigns to raise awareness of bowel cancer. In a statement, her family said they hope to continue James’ legacy through the fund.

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