TV journalist Nicholas Owen was one of the 6,000 Britons diagnosed with kidney cancer last year. Here, he tells femail.co.uk how he coped.
‘I survived kidney cancer’ A Story By NICK OWEN By admin on June 1, 2015 0 Comments TV journalist Nicholas Owen was one of the 6,000 Britons diagnosed with kidney cancer last year.
Nov 18, 2015 · New reader and TV & Radio broadcaster Nicholas Owen talking about the importance of signing up for our Kidney Cancer Patient Survey 2015. NOTE: James Whale Fund for Kidney Cancer changed its name
TV journalist Nicholas Owen was one of the 6,000 Britons diagnosed with kidney cancer last year. Here, he tells femail.co.uk how he coped. Nicholas lives in Surrey with his wife Brenda and has four children. “Last year, at the age of 55, I felt fit as a flea. I was a trim 12 stone and working hard in my job as ITV’s lunchtime news reporter.
Apr 11, 2017 · Veteran broadcaster Nicholas Owen thought he was fit and healthy until he discovered he had cancer. Most memorably, as ITV’s royal correspondent, he played a key role in reporting the death and funeral of Princess Diana 20 years ago.
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Veteran news reader Nicholas Owen was having digestive problems explored when doctors found by chance that he had kidney cancer. The 66-year-old, who lives in Surrey with his wife, Brenda, and their four children, recalls how he dealt with such a frightening time.
Feb 26, 2013 · AS ONE of Britain’s best known TV journalists Nicholas Owen is used to breaking bad news. “Kidney cancer is a bit of a devil if it gets away from the kidney. It has also proved to be very, very difficult to treat as it is not amenable to many of the usual treatments such as radiotherapy and chemotherapy.” He was lucky.
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Aug 23, 2007 · In July 2002, Owen was diagnosed with kidney cancer, and he became an Honorary Patron of Kidney Cancer UK in 2003. On 23 August 2007, Owen was a celebrity guest in an episode of the live television programme Doctor, Doctor broadcast on channel Five, in which he talked about his kidney cancer with the presenter and GP, Mark Porter.
Journalist Nicholas Owen, who had kidney cancer, is supporting the campaign ( Public Health England ) Bladder and kidney cancer: ‘Look before you flush’ urge health experts in new campaign
Owen is married to former newspaper reporter Brenda. The couple live in Reigate, and have four children and eight grandchildren. In 2012 his autobiography Days Like This was published. In July 2002, Owen was diagnosed with kidney cancer, and he became an Honorary Patron of Kidney Cancer UK in 2003.
Journalist Nicholas Owen celebrates diagnostics upgrade at Guildford Diagnostic Imaging Centre Friday, March 22, 2013 News presenter and kidney cancer survivor Nicholas Owen, joined staff from Alliance Medical and Siemens as the Guildford Diagnostic Imaging Centre launched the only private PET/CT scanner in Surrey.
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Kidney cancer rates have soared by 30 per cent since the early 2000s according to the latest figures published* by Cancer Research UK. “Nothing could quite prepare me for the moment the doctor told me I had kidney cancer.” – Nicholas Owen, BBC journalist and television presenter Over the last