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Linda Nolan has revealed that she ‘feels better’ after the end of her chemotherapy, but is still battling nerve pain and ‘has no immune system’.
The 61-year-old Dublin-born singer, who rang the bell for the end of treatments in September, was diagnosed with secondary cancer in June along with her 69-year-old sister Anne, who has breast cancer.
Speaking exclusively to FEMAIL, the pop star, who now lives with her 68-year-old sister Denise, in Blackpool, said she is protecting herself and admits she misses going to cafes, but urged the public to continue to be careful and receive injections. flu this winter.
“This week I had a CT scan and I’m fine,” he said.
“I have neuropathic pain in my fingers and feet, and I have no hair, but I feel fine.”
Linda Nolan has revealed that she ‘feels better’ after the end of her chemotherapy, but misses going to cafes and is protecting herself because she has no ‘immune system’, she is seen after receiving the +9 flu shot
Linda Nolan has revealed that she ‘feels better’ after the end of her chemotherapy, but misses going to cafes and is protecting herself due to her lack of ‘immune system’. She is seen after receiving the flu shot.
Overjoyed: 61-year-old Linda Nolan has marked the end of her chemotherapy treatment by ringing the doorbell describing it as an “incredible feeling” in September after her diagnosis of incurable liver cancer. Speaking now, she said she feels ‘much better’ +9
Overjoyed: 61-year-old Linda Nolan has marked the end of her chemotherapy treatment by ringing the doorbell describing it as an “incredible feeling” in September after her diagnosis of incurable liver cancer. Speaking now she said she feels ‘much better’
“I get tired faster now than before.”
Linda is awaiting the results of the scans after chemotherapy, with Sister Denise taking care of her.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic Linda has not been able to leave the house
Due to the coronavirus pandemic Linda has not been able to leave the house, even when the restrictions are lifted.
‘I got cancer in June, I moved in with Denise and her partner Tom, and we’ve been filming our reality TV series, which has been we had to adhere to our rules and social distancing,’ Linda explained.
Linda is waiting for the results of scans after having chemotherapy, with sister Denise looking after her. Denise is pictured after getting her flu hab +9
Linda is waiting for the results of scans after having chemotherapy, with sister Denise looking after her. Denise is pictured after getting her flu hab
‘There has been times where I’ve been down. But the TV show has been a nice way to spend time together,’ she added.
Discussing shielding, she continued, ‘I miss going out, and I miss going to cafes and sitting down.
‘But we’re so lucky to have each other.
Stars: Siblings Linda and Anne, who formed part of Irish pop group The Nolans (pictured), began chemotherapy at Blackpool’s Victoria Hospital in July. Linda is now living with Denise +9
Stars: Siblings Linda and Anne, who formed part of Irish pop group The Nolans (pictured), began chemotherapy at Blackpool’s Victoria Hospital in July. Linda is now living with Denise
‘I’ve had mental health problems in the past, and if i’m on my own for a couple days a get really low.
‘I’ve had depression and I’m not surprised that people are suffering now.
‘I have great help from our NHS, and I’m now getting counselling over Zoom.
‘My GP has been brilliant I think the thing about mental health is you have to say i’m struggling.
Close: Anne, who finished her chemotherapy treatment in August, was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in March and her sister Linda found out she had incurable liver cancer just a few days late
Linda was married to Brian Hudson, the Nolan’s tour manager, for 26 years until his death from liver failure in 2008.
“My local mental health team saved my life when my husband died,” she added.
“ I still have some dodgy days, but that’s why moving in with Denise was so important.
“I can’t imagine how difficult it would be to be alone for months.”
Denise added: ‘It’s been great to be in the same support bubble. I’m a bit like that, when I’m depressed I don’t talk to people, but Lin takes care of that.
“It is very important not to suffer alone.”
“It is very difficult to see Linda having to deal with cancer and I would do anything to protect her.
“One step I’m taking to take care of her health this winter is getting a flu shot.
“ As I live with Linda, who has been protecting due to Covid-19, this makes me eligible for a free NHS flu vaccine to make sure I don’t pass the flu to Linda.
‘The flu can be really nasty, so my decision to get vaccinated was easy.
“I urge anyone like me who lives with someone on the NHS Protected Patients list to get vaccinated against influenza so that we all protect our loved ones from influenza this winter.”
Denise continued: ‘It doesn’t hurt 11,000 people a year with the flu a little bit, there’s no reason I wouldn’t take it.
‘We’ve had ours, it’s free and you have to. Because she [Linda] came to live with the flu shot, she wasn’t any smarter.
‘I felt totally safe, it was surreal, I went in, we queued, three meters away, masked, hand gel, I had to say move, we finished,
“I don’t have an immune system, if I get the flu I could die,” Linda added.
The Nolan sisters, Anne, Denise, Maureen, Linda, Bernadette and Coleen, were part of the Irish pop group The Nolans.
Bernie was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2010. She underwent chemotherapy and a mastectomy and announced in February 2012 that she was cancer free.
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world and affects more than two MILLION women a year
Breast cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world. Every year in the UK there are more than 55,000 new cases and the disease kills 11,500 women. In the United States, it attacks 266,000 each year and kills 40,000. But what causes it and how can it be treated?
What is breast cancer?
Breast cancer develops from a cancer cell that develops in the lining of a duct or lobe in one of the breasts.
When breast cancer has spread to the surrounding breast tissue, it is called “invasive” breast cancer. Some people are diagnosed with “carcinoma in situ,” in which cancer cells have not grown beyond the duct or lobe.
Most cases develop in women older than 50, but younger women are sometimes affected. Breast cancer can develop in men, although this is rare.
Staging means how big the cancer is and whether it has spread. Stage 1 is the earliest stage, and stage 4 means that the cancer has spread to another part of the body.
Cancer cells are classified from low, which means slow growing, to high, which is fast growing. High-grade cancers are more likely to return after being treated for the first time.
What Causes Breast Cancer?
A cancerous tumor begins from an abnormal cell. The exact reason why a cell becomes cancerous is not clear. Something is believed to damage or alter certain genes in the cell. This makes the cell abnormal and multiplies “out of control.”
Although breast cancer can develop for no apparent reason, there are some risk factors that can increase the chance of developing breast cancer, such as genetics.
What are the symptoms of breast cancer?
The usual first symptom is a painless lump in the breast, although most breast lumps are not cancerous and are fluid-filled cysts, which are benign.
The first place breast cancer usually spreads is the lymph nodes in the armpit. If this happens, you will develop a swelling or lump in your armpit.
How is breast cancer diagnosed?
Initial evaluation: a doctor examines the breasts and armpits. They may perform tests such as a mammogram, a special X-ray of the breast tissue that can indicate the possibility of tumors.
Biopsy: A biopsy is when a small sample of tissue is removed from a part of the body. The sample is then examined under a microscope to look for abnormal cells. The sample can confirm or rule out cancer.
If it is confirmed that you have breast cancer, more tests may be needed to assess whether it has spread.