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Trisha Goddard reveals stage-four breast cancer diagnosis

Trisha Goddard reveals stage-four breast cancer diagnosis
Talk show icon Trisha Goddard reveals that her breast cancer has returned and is now at an incurable stage.

Trisha Goddard has revealed that she has been diagnosed with stage-four breast cancer.

The talk show icon, 66, previously battled and overcame the disease in 2008 but has now shared the news that it has returned - and while it is treatable, it is incurable.

"It's not going to go away," she told Hello!. "And with that knowledge comes grief, and fear. But I must keep enjoying what I have always enjoyed."

Goddard, who learned the news 19 months ago, continued: "I can't lie; I can't keep making up stories. It gets to a stage, after a year and a half, when keeping a secret becomes more of a burden than anything else.

"My worry is that people will start seeing me as a frail little thing, and that if [the news] got out, I'd be judged, or people would change the way they are with me, or that I wouldn't work.

"I'm a journalist; I don't want to be 'the story'. I don't want to be interviewing someone and for them to say to me: 'I'm so sorry.'"

Goddard currently presents Channel 5's You Are What You Eat revival and hosts a weekend show on TalkTV.

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