Deborah James is an American personality who has shared a heartbreaking message on social media in May 2022. She is going through cancer stages and is ought to fight cancer surrounded by her family and friends. The U.K host, who is living in her 40s, revealed that she has now been getting hospitalization facilities at home amid her battle with bowel cancer. She also shared important information (just to spread the message about the concern) and talked about Bowelbabe Fund. She said that the funds are being raised and the organization is being established asking for the support of the people to flourish itself. Despite being a host, she is also a podcaster who says that she has moved to hospice-at-home care and is now available for the fans to tell them she doesn’t know how long it will take to fight the same.
Deborah was born on 1st October 1981 James was earlier working as a deputy headteacher and she later turned out to be a cancer campaigner. She belongs to London and has widely talked about her fight against bowel cancer and the daily routine of seeing blood in the bowel. She has written a few quality pieces for a few featured publications and magazines including The Times, The Sunday Times, The Sun, Daily Mail, Marie Claire, The Independent, Grazia, and Women’s Health.
Deborah James Career
She also appeared on the television to spread the message about cancer, the people who go through it, and how difficult it becomes to handle the same. Deborah appeared regularly as a co-host on Talk Radio and BBC Radio London. She has featured and presented herself regarding the concern on various media outlets, sites, and publications including The One Show, BBC Breakfast, Stand up to Cancer, Lorraine, Victoria Derbyshire, and Sky News. James has also written a book that became the bestselling book of the publications with the title F*** You Cancer. She has written a piece in the form of a self-help book or a guide to help people live their best life while they are going through cancer. Despite this, she is a presenter of a BBC podcast called You, Me, And The Big C.
The 40 years old strong woman who has been fighting the symptoms of bowel cancer for 6 years, was once a working woman. She has worked in education for around 15 years as a deputy headteacher and in her presence, she has led the national research to achieve the growth in the mindsets in schools. She was 35 years old when she was first diagnosed with bowel cancer and she had to go through around 10 operations and 24 rounds of chemotherapy. With her courage and bravery, she has amazed everyone that she is still alive and still undergoing treatments or campaignings with various UK-based cancer charities. She wrote a blog called bowel babe which earned an award.
Deborah James Biography
|Real Name||Deborah James|
|Birth Date||1 October 1981|
|Age (as of 2022)||40 Years|
|Birth Place||London, U.K.|
|Height||in feet inches – 5’ 7” – in Centimeters – 170 cm|
|Weight||in Kilograms – 55 kg – in Pounds – 121 lbs|
|Who is her husband?||Sebastien Bowen|
|Children||Two (Hugo, Eloise)|
The first sign of cancer
James was first diagnosed with bowel cancer in 2016 and since then she has been keeping her Instagram followers up to date about her health and how she often feels about her survival. She often shares the progress of her treatment over social media, sharing candid pictures, and discussing the things about the concern. She first noticed the symptoms like weight loss (unexplained), passing blood in the bowel, frequent urination than normal, and feeling tired all the time. When she first sought medical help, she was told that many times cancer does not appear to make you ill and she stroked the first thing in her mind as “cancer”.
Deborah James Personal Life
Deborah James has been married to her husband named Sebastien Bowen, who is working as a banker at Pomona Capital. The pair has produced two children together named Hugo, who is 14 by now, and Eloise, who is only two years younger. While hosting the BBC podcast, James presented the show while filming the show with her children and husband. She discussed the good stuff over the topics of cancer and helped people spread awareness.