Deborah James Symptoms – Deborah James is an award-winning English journalist, podcast broadcaster, and charitable activist.
Deborah Anne James DBE was born in London, United Kingdom, on October 1, 1981. Heather and Alistair James are his parents. Deborah attended Chertsey’s Salesian School.
Deborah James went on to the University of Exeter to study economics. She has worked as a deputy headteacher at Salesian School in Chertsey and at Staines-upon-Thames’ Matthew Arnold School.
Deborah James presently works for The Sun as a journalist and columnist. She is the host of the BBC Radio 5 podcast You, Me, and the Big C. In 2022, she was made Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE). In October 2018, she published F*** You Cancer: How to Face the Big C, Live Your Life, and Still Be Yourself.
Deborah James Symptoms
Deborah James was diagnosed with incurable bowel cancer in 2016. She is currently married to Sebastian Bowen with whom she has two children.
What symptoms did Deborah James have?
Deborah James stated that her symptoms are weight loss, passing blood, going to the toilet more regularly than normal, and feeling tired.