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Deborah James says she is preparing to ‘surrender to the inevitable’ and is in end of life care


Cancer-stricken BBC podcaster Deborah James says she is preparing to ‘surrender to the inevitable’ and is in end-of-life hospice care surrounded by her family – as she thanked fans for helping her to raise a staggering £1.4million in less than 24 hours.

In a heart-felt ‘final’ newspaper column, the 40-year-old star of acclaimed podcast ‘You, Me and the Big C’, said her body had been left ’emaciated’ by five years of battling bowel cancer.

The mother-of-two she is now trying to be ‘comfortable’ at home and attempting to have ‘the best quality death’ that she can, surrounded by her loved ones.

But the former deputy head teacher turned campaigner, who has won praise for sharing the experiences of her cancer battle, today admitted she was ‘scared of dying’.

In an emotion-filled piece in The Sun, she said: ‘I can’t get my head around the idea I won’t see my kids grow up  – that I will no longer be a part of life that I love so much.

‘I am not brave – I am not dignified going towards my…



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