Lorraine: Linda and Anne Nolan discuss battling cancer together
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Anne and her sister Linda appeared side by side on Thursday’s Good Morning Britain as they discussed their cancer diagnosis’ with ITV hosts Kate Garraway and Richard Bacon. The Nolan sisters, who called themselves the “chemo sisters’ went through chemotherapy treatment together when they both got diagnosed with cancer during the pandemic.
However, while Linda explained she was currently cancer-free, her sister Anne is undergoing palliative care because her diagnosis is terminal.
Sharing an update on her health, Anne admitted she is still undergoing chemotherapy and has treatment once a week.
“My cancer isn’t treatable, so I’m having kind of palliative treatment and I’m having chemo once a week.
“Because it’s once a week it’s not as harsh as Anne who had it every three weeks. It was really aggressive.”
She continued: “But for me it’s not as full-on. I’m ok, my legs are a bit wobbly and I have neuropathic pain in my fingers and my feet, which feels like pins and needles.”
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Good Morning Britain airs weekdays at 6am on ITV.
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