. World News – GB – Real Full Monty-Star Dr. Zoe explains why she skates topless on TV for cancer charities


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IT has to be one of the scariest things I’ve ever done, and I’ve been a gladiator and played rugby against some pretty tough women.

It’s tough enough dancing in front of millions on national television when I’m not a dancer. If you do it on hold and topless, you have most people’s nightmares.

Over the next two nights, this mini-nightmare will play out for me and my Real Full Monty On Ice dance colleagues Hayley Tamaddon, Jenni Murray, Shaughna Phillips, Linda Lusardi and Coleen Nolan as well as the boys Perri Kiely, Jake Quickenden. Chris Hughes, Gareth Thomas, Jamie Lomas and Bob Champion.

We spent weeks learning a routine invented by the wonderful Ashley Banjo. It ends with a final reveal, as you’d expect, and we all reveal our boobs and dentures. While terrifying and nerve-wracking, it’s a small price to pay for the incredible impact this show has year after year.

The people I skate and dance with have their own stories about cancer, loss, survival, and the difficulties of being diagnosed. That binds us.

We may be embarrassed, but we are all passionate about doing our part to make a difference. For me, it’s a mix of my own brushing with cancer, the loss of loved ones, and the fact that patients are exposed to the disease in my day job.

My grandmother and aunt both died of colon cancer while having tests this year after a colon cancer scare.

Fortunately, my exams didn’t turn out to be serious, but in my clinic I see so many women with breast lumps and one big problem is that they often don’t come in when they first discover it.

I have had patients in the past who left it for months before examining breast lumps. Delaying diagnosis means that cancer is likely to have reached a more advanced stage and therefore less curable and requires more aggressive treatment.

A few months can make all the difference. I have lost breast cancer patients who were diagnosed late and likely would have been cured if they had visited me when they first felt the lump.

Breast cancer is the most common cancer in the UK. A woman is diagnosed every ten minutes.

While most women can develop breast cancer, it is most common in women over the age of 50.

Breast cancer occurs when abnormal cells in the breast begin to grow and divide uncontrollably and eventually grow.

If it’s not diagnosed and treated, it can travel to other parts of the body through the lymph or blood vessels.

If the cancer is diagnosed at its earliest stage, 98 percent of people will survive the disease for five years or more.

When diagnosed at the latest, only 26 percent of people survive five years or more.

Stage one: the cancer is small and only in the breast tissue – but can also be found in lymph nodes near the breast.

Stage two: the cancer is either in the breast or in the nearby lymph nodes, or in both.

Stage three: the cancer has spread from the breast to the lymph nodes or skin of the breast or chest wall.

I want to get the message across clearly: « Don’t hesitate, get it checked out today. « . I’m not the only doctor with this story. It’s heartbreakingly familiar in my clinic and with family doctors across the country.

Whenever I ask a woman why she delayed treatment, the overwhelming answer is that she was afraid to find out. They suspected it was cancer but didn’t want to have to pass it on to their families.

However, early detection is critical to clinical success. The sooner you get a diagnosis, the higher your chances of survival. As simple as that. More than 90 percent of women diagnosed at the earliest stages with breast cancer will survive the disease.

Despite all the cancer campaigns we see on TV and in newspapers, men and women are still delaying reviewing lumps or changes, and it is getting worse with the pandemic.

We had some really fun rehearsal times where Jenni and Bob whipped everything at the dress rehearsal and actually only got three lessons with all Covid restrictions.

But we all do this to make sure we keep repeating the message. It’s about checking our bodies regularly and finding out what’s normal for you so that you can spot any suspicious signs.

Checking for lumps and bumps is a skill. The sooner you start, the better. If you are a mother or a father, do this in front of your children to set a good example.

To me, you are never too young to start – in the hope that girls and boys will grow up and that it will be a given, like brushing your teeth.

The real Full Monty On Ice is one of the most daunting things I’ve ever done, but it’s a great privilege to show my boobs to the nation to urge them to check out their own.

It was powerful and emotional and on the plus side we women just had to get our boobs out, ice rinks are pretty cold and the guys reveal a lot more.

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