Comedy star Janey Godley, who disclosed last year that she was diagnosed with an ovarian cancer She has since announced that she’s free from the disease.The 61-year-old Glaswegian was treated with a hysterectomy as well as six cycles of chemotherapy in her treatment.She posted her social networks that NHS staff have “definitely been a lifesaver for me”.
The performer acknowledged everyone who helped me, all who showed me love, and everyone who gave me energy. I’ve received a phone message from a doctor who treated me for cancer and the scan is clean. There’s no sign of disease.Godley admitted last November that she was diagnosed with a gastric bloating sensation.
She was a comedian who gained online fame for her dubbed sketches of the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, urged anyone who is suffering from symptoms to get examined out.Her sketches of Nicola Sturgeon’s coronavirus briefings earned her a huge social media following during the outbreak.
The Traces actor previously claimed that she came out with her diagnosis to bring attention to her symptoms , including gastric pain, stomach bloating fatigue, and having to urinate more frequentlyand she also urged women to avoid seeking treatment when they experience similar.
Godley was known to fans as having announced that she was expecting a scan and that she was prepared for positive and negative information.
On The ITV’s Lorraine this month on ITV’s Lorraine last month, the Scottish star stated: When people meet me , they’re thinking, ‘Oh don’t be worried you’ll be fine’ and then you are thinking, ‘Well, you’re not sure I’m going to have to admit that I may not be in good shape.
Comedy star Janey Godley has stated that she needs to be prepared for both bad and good announcements as she prepares for the most recent scan during her cancer fight.
The 60-year-old , who has a regular spot as a panelist for Have I Got News For You she revealed in the past that she was confirmed to have ovarian cancer. The doctor advised that she required an hysterectomy.
In an interview with The ITV’s Lorraine on ITV’s Lorraine, the Scottish actress said that people tend to tell her that she will be fine, but she should be prepared for the possibility that she may not be.
Godley added: “But then again I could tell you that I’m due for my final chemotherapy next week, and after that they test me and then inform me of how effective it was or how unsuccessful it’s been.
The Traces actor has previously stated that she came out with her diagnosis in order to draw attention to her symptoms , including bloating stomach pain, fatigue and having to urinate more often in addition to urging other women to get examined if they feel similar.