Countdowns Susie Dent addresses cancer scare after co-star spotted sign on TV
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Susie Dent opened up about a recent health scare after a make-up artist on Countdown raised concerns.
Speaking to Chris Evans on Virgin Radio’s breakfast show, the Countdown star detailed how she had to get a mole checked as she feared it could have been cancer.
She explained: “I had one under my eye, a few years ago now.
“And it just felt like a little cut. So it was a kind of linear one and just wouldn’t heal.
“And I just kept putting lots of different cream on it.”
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She added: “So, I had it for too long. I had it for about a year.
“My GP said, ‘I’m going to say the word carcinoma, but don’t panic.’ And then they took it off, they kind of excised it.
“So, I’ve got a bit of a kind of scar under my eye.”
She went on to explain she was now in good health and was thankful the makeup artists had pointed it out.
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Host Chris has recently revealed he himself has been undergoing treatment for skin cancer.
In August, the 57-year-old publicly disclosed his cancer diagnosis and earlier this month he shared a positive update.
He revealed he was celebrating getting the all-clear following treatment.
Last week, he shared that he’d faced a sleepless night over an email he had received about the cancer that was removed from his leg.
He said: “I didn’t sleep, hardly at all last night … two or three hours. A good night, I’ll get six, four or five and because I wake up every 90 minutes for my circadian rhythm, and I surrender to that now, actually I look forward to going back to sleep three times a night, because that’s where I live.
“But I never thought for a second you could lose a night’s sleep because of an email like this.”
He showed co-presenters Vassos Alexander and Rachel Horne the email he had received from the consultant plastic surgeon and Alexander read it live on air.
Reading the email, Alexander said: “I have forwarded the pathology report. It is excellent news.
“There is no residual disease. You have the all-clear.”
The Chris Evans Breakfast Show airs on weekdays from 6.30am on Virgin Radio.
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