BBC's George Alagiah on living with coronavirus and cancer – BBC News



BBC newsreader George Alagiah, who is being treated for bowel cancer, has revealed he has had a mild case of coronavirus.

“In some ways, I think that those of us living with cancer are stronger because we kind of know what it is like to go into something where the outcomes are uncertain.”

He’s been speaking to Sophie Raworth and BBC News at Ten.

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20 thoughts on “BBC's George Alagiah on living with coronavirus and cancer – BBC News

  1. Oh so now BBC "pretend" to care about the health & safety of vulnerable people?

    While UK media coverup the 1000's of preventable deaths of vulnerable people every year <<< FREE ASSANGE

  2. ***THE VIRUS WAS MAN MADE IN AN LAB ENVIRONMENT IN WUHAN CHINA – DOCTORED AND RELEASED AND THE CHINESE EMBARKED ON A MASSIVE COVER UP THAT FAILED – THE WORLD WILL BE A COMPLETELY DIFFERENT PLACE BY THE END OF THIS YEAR/BEGINNING OF NEXT YEAR WITH COUNTRIES TAKING THEIR MANUFACTURING BACK FROM CHINA – WATCH THIS SPACE !!!!***

  3. Smoking sativa "illegal thc" boosts the immune system and therefore decreases chance of incubation but actually sure don't legalize it like the rest of the world! It actually works out better for us this way come to think of it, lest the government tax it and take over the industry. Those sent from the house of God do not recognise your authority or middle eastern authority for that matter or any matter.

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