‘I will see you on the other side’: Julia Bradbury makes her final live TV appearance on This Morning ahead of double mastectomy following her breast cancer diagnosis
Julia Bradbury made her final live TV appearance before she undergoes a double mastectomy following her breast cancer diagnosis on Thursday’s This Morning.
Phillip said: ‘You got that call whilst you were doing the forest films for us?’
率直: Julia Bradbury made her final live TV appearance before she undergoes a double mastectomy following her breast cancer diagnosis on Thursday’s This Morning
Julia replied: 'はい. And it wasn’t that I didn’t want to come and see you [at that time] in the studio and talk about it, it’s that I wanted to [continue filming] and be in the woodlands and finish that series of films for you, because they are really important for people to feel the love for nature.’
Explaining how this is the last live TV before her operation, Julia added, 'はい, this is my last live TV before the op so I will see you on the other side.’
Holly replied: ‘We’re sending you so much love and they are beautiful films so thank you very much.’
The entire show was presented from a multi acre forest which ITV purchased earlier this year to encourage viewers to think differently towards nature as well as to show how the series’ responsibility for the woodland will play a small but effective part in helping the planet.
インタビュー: The Countryfile star, 51, spoke to hosts Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield about her upcoming procedure and said she got the call about the date while she was working on a forest segment for the ITV show
ジュリアは言った: I wanted to [continue filming] and be in the woodlands and finish that series of films for you, because they are really important for people to feel the love for nature’
Julia received her Covid booster jab on Monday ahead of an upcoming mastectomy operation following her devastating breast cancer diagnosis.
The presenter took to Instagram to share a clip of herself in the vaccine centre as she told her followers she would need to be ‘as safe as possible’ if she is to undergo chemotherapy or radiation treatments in the future.
She told how she had ‘weighed up the risks’ and that getting the jab was the ‘best thing’ to keep her and her loved ones safe.
She penned in the caption: ‘Not long until I have my operation & grateful for my booster vaccine. Do I love it? 番号… But I’ve weighed up the risks (before my breast cancer diagnosis & 以来) & 私のため & other people, the vax is the best thing to keep me, my loved ones & the people I come into contact with safe.
彼女は付け加えた: ‘This is my last live TV before the op so I will see you on the other side’
‘Obviously my recent cancer diagnosis has influenced my thought process, but if I need chemo/radiation I’m going to need to be as safe as possible from #COVID19.
‘Professor Sharon Peacock the executive director of the Covid-19 UK Genomics Consortium has just said in a recent interview:
”’If we don’t vaccinate as many people (as possible around the world) & there is uncontrolled transmission & infection, then that is the right training ground for the virus”.’
In the clip she added: ‘I feel very grateful I’ve been able to have it. Thank you NHS’, as she gave a thumbs up.
ブレイブ: Julia received her Covid booster jab on Monday ahead of her operation
Difficult times: She penned in the caption: ‘Not long until I have my operation & grateful for my booster vaccine’
Julia recently broke down in tears as she spoke of her upcoming operation during an appearance on Woman’s Hour.
‘Very quickly your life changes and there is this glimmer that the first thing you think about is death and the worst possible scenario’, 彼女は言いました.
ジャーナリスト – who has children Zeph, 10, and twins Zena and Xanthe, 6, with husband Gerard Cunningham – found a lump in her breast last year which proved to be a benign cluster of cysts.
She had to have another mammogram this year and though that didn’t return anything unusual, doctors found a shadow at her follow-up appointment.
ブレイブ: Of telling her daughters, ジュリアは言った: ‘It was the hardest conversation that I’ve ever had to have in my life. I really had to steel myself to be strong’
Speaking of the first signs, ジュリアは言った: ‘About a year ago I noticed a lump in my breast. I was away on a work trip and then I came back and we went into lockdown.
‘I admit I was a little bit sloppy. It took me a month until I spoke to my GP, who I’ve known since I was 18.
‘Fast-forward a year I still had a lump, and I had something called micro cysts.
‘I was told to keep an eye on them which I did. I went for my follow mammogram which I insisted on having. I told them I had this pain that I could feel in my lump.’
‘It wasn’t until the third physical examination that a doctor discovered a shadow which turned out to be a ‘tiny lump’.
Teary: During an appearance on Woman’s Hour, ジュリアは言った: ‘Very quickly your life changes and there is this glimmer that the first thing you think about is death and the worst possible scenario’ (pictured during a recent check up)
Julia needed to have a mammogram right away. ‘Within minutes I was having a biopsy, that’s when I knew I was on a different path,’ 彼女は言いました.
‘That was the first moment I felt sadness and fear because everything just changed so quickly, but of course that’s what happens with cancer.’
Breaking down in tears, the presenter said: ‘Anybody who has been through this will know that you can’t help feel fear and I’m somebody who is very positive and I’m taking it one step at a time. Human instinct.
How to check your breasts – and what to look out for
By Liz O’Riordan Breast surgeon and breast cancer survivor
The most obvious sign can be a lump, either in the breast or high up in the armpit. It might be visible, or only obvious when you feel it. But other signs include dimpling of the skin on the breast, an inverted nipple or bleeding from the nipple. A red rash can also be an indication of an underlying problem.
HOW TO CHECK The best time is during your period when the balance of hormones means the tissue will naturally be less lumpy and sore. If you’re post-menopausal, any time is fine, although most women find that checking on the first of the month is a good way to remember.
- Stand topless in front of a mirror and check your breasts face on, and then from each side. If your breasts are large, lift them up and check the skin underneath.
- Lift your hands above your head and look again – do they look any different?
- Put your hands on your hips and tense your chest muscles and check again.
- Lie down to feel your breasts and, using the flat surface of your fingers, push down on to the breast tissue. Feel your whole breast, in a circular motion from your cleavage to your armpit.
- Also check in the armpit itself, pushing the skin and fat against your ribcage.
- If you find a lump anywhere, check the opposite breast or armpit – chances are it will feel the same.
- If you’re concerned about something you’ve found, check again in two weeks. If it’s still there, get it checked out by a doctor.
‘The first thing I thought about was my children.’
Emma Barnett went on to ask how Julia went about how she and her husband Gerard shared her diagnosis with their two children.
‘We waited to tell the children because they were about to start school, we wanted to get them in a steady place,’ 彼女は言いました.
‘It was the hardest conversation that I’ve ever had to have in my life. I really had to steel myself to be strong but show that you’re vulnerable as well.
‘One of my little girls said: “Can I still hug you mummy?” そして私は言った “of course you can, I’ll need your hugs more than ever”.’
The Dublin-born star admitted her brain ‘started to explode’ when she was given the devastating diagnosis and she’s now preparing to undergo a mastectomy to remove her left breast next month, while surgeons will also remove tissue from her lymph nodes to establish whether the cancer has spread.
彼女は言いました: ‘My surgery is booked for October, obviously it’s a huge thing for women. To lose a breast is a massive trauma to our emotional state.’
Meanwhile Phillip Schofield sent out his well wishes to Julia on This Morning.
Phil said: ‘Everyone here at This Morning sends their love. Lots of love to you Julia.’
The former Watchdog host admitted her brain ‘started to explode’ when she was given the devastating diagnosis and she’s now preparing to undergo a mastectomy to remove her left breast next month, while surgeons will also remove tissue from her lymph nodes to establish whether the cancer has spread.
Although Julia has been told her ‘sizeable tumour’ could be ‘trouble to treat’ because of where it is positioned, she is hopeful that it’s been caught early enough to treat.
She told Mail On Sunday: ‘I have to hope I have caught mine early enough.
‘A mastectomy is a shattering thing to go through but it means that I am going to live and be here for my children.’
But the presenter is trying not to look too far into the future and is simply focused on the next step of her treatment.
彼女は言いました: ‘Cancer has so many points, the diagnosis seems like everything, but it isn’t. It puts you on a pathway and you have to navigate that while holding back your emotions so you are not overwhelmed all the time.
‘Right now I’m simply focused on having surgery because I don’t know how I am going to be, if I will have more cancer to deal with, how I will cope with recovery, how life will feel afterwards.’
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乳がんは、世界で最も一般的ながんの1つです. 英国では毎年、 55,000 新しいケース, そして病気はの命を奪う 11,500 女性. アメリカ合衆国で, それはストライキ 266,000 毎年そして殺します 40,000. しかし、それを引き起こす原因とそれをどのように扱うことができますか?
乳がんが周囲の乳房組織に拡がっている場合、それは「浸潤性」と呼ばれます’ 乳がん. 一部の人々は「上皮内癌」と診断されています, がん細胞が管または小葉を超えて増殖していない場所.
ほとんどの場合、年齢以上の女性に発症します 50 しかし、若い女性は時々影響を受けます. これはまれですが、乳がんは男性に発症する可能性があります.
病期分類とは、がんの大きさと、がんが拡がっているかどうかを意味します. ステージ 1 最も初期の段階と段階です 4 がんが体の別の部分に広がっていることを意味します.
がん細胞は低から等級分けされます, これは成長が遅いことを意味します, 高い, 急成長している. 高悪性度のがんは、最初に治療された後に再発する可能性が高くなります.
癌性腫瘍は1つの異常な細胞から始まります. 細胞が癌化する正確な理由は不明です. 何かが細胞内の特定の遺伝子を損傷または変更すると考えられています. これにより、細胞が異常になり、「制御不能」に増殖します.
乳がんは明らかな理由もなく発症する可能性がありますが, 乳がんを発症する可能性を高める可能性のあるいくつかの危険因子があります, 遺伝学など.
通常の最初の症状は、乳房の痛みのないしこりです, ほとんどの乳房のしこりは癌性ではなく、液体で満たされた嚢胞ですが, 良性です.
- 初期評価: 医者は胸と脇の下を調べます. 彼らはマンモグラフィなどの検査を行うかもしれません, 腫瘍の可能性を示すことができる乳房組織の特別なX線写真.
- 生検: 生検とは、体の一部から組織の小さなサンプルを採取することです。. 次に、サンプルを顕微鏡で調べて、異常な細胞を探します。. サンプルは癌を確認または除外することができます.
乳がんであることが確認された場合, それが広がっているかどうかを評価するために、さらなるテストが必要になる場合があります. 例えば, 血液検査, 肝臓または胸部X線の超音波スキャン.
考慮される可能性のある治療オプションには、手術が含まれます, 化学療法, 放射線療法とホルモン治療. 多くの場合、これらの治療法の2つ以上の組み合わせが使用されます.
- 手術: 腫瘍の大きさに応じて、乳房温存手術または患部乳房の切除.
- 放射線療法: がん組織に焦点を当てた高エネルギーの放射線ビームを使用する治療. これは癌細胞を殺します, または癌細胞の増殖を阻止します. 主に手術に加えて使用されます.
- 化学療法: がん細胞を殺す抗がん剤を使ったがんの治療, またはそれらが増殖するのを止めます
- ホルモン療法: 一部の種類の乳がんは、「女性」の影響を受けます’ ホルモンエストロゲン, 癌細胞を刺激して分裂と増殖を促すことができます. これらのホルモンのレベルを下げる治療, またはそれらが機能するのを防ぎます, 乳がんの人によく使われます.
がんがまだ小さいときに診断された人に最も見通しが良い, 広がっていない. 早期の腫瘍の外科的切除は、その後、治癒の良いチャンスを与えるかもしれません.
の年齢の間の女性に提供されるルーチンのマンモグラフィ 50 そして 70 より多くの乳がんが早期に診断および治療されていることを意味します.