SAD!! ‘Death Has Come’- Beautiful BBC reporter Rachael Bland says as she is diagnosed with Cancer, has days to liveby Blessing 5/09/2018 | 5:43 0 Posted in Health, News, Social Issues BBC news presenter Rachael Bland has revealed she only has days left to live having been diagnosed with cancer in 2016.The journalist, who has been at the BBC for more than 15 years, has been widely praised for the You Me and The Big C podcast following her breast cancer treatment.But in a statement on Twitter Monday afternoon, she wrote:“In the words of the legendary Frank S – I’m afraid the time has come my friends. And suddenly. I’m told I’ve only got days.“It’s very surreal. Thank you so much for all the support I’ve received. Debs and Lozz will continue with the You Me and The Big C podcast. Au revoir my friends.”YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: WWE Wrestler, Matt Cappotelli Dies Of Brain Cancer At 38 (Photo)Cardiff-born Rachael Bland, who lives in Cheshire, was told in May of this year that her cancer was incurable and said her hopes rested with a clinical trial.But two months on, a scan revealed her cancer had spread further.Former BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Richard Bacon was among those to send their support to Bland on social media.He tweeted:“Days. Devastating. Rachael I know saying I’m thinking of you (and our magnificent time together on air, especially all that late night fun) doesn’t change anything.YOU MAY ALSO LIKE: Lifeless but 'Na dem dey rush am'- BBC hails Buhari“But I am and I’m so very sorry. Your podcast has helped change the way people talk about all this. You’re wonderful.”Presenter and four-time Olympic rowing champion Matthew Pinsent posted:“Bravery, professionalism, humour in one tweet.” 1,086 Young Nigerians Confirmed HIV Positive In Nasarawa See Photos Of Nigerian Soldier Killed In Boko Haram Attack In Borno Enjoy and Share Post:FacebookTwitterRedditLinkedInEmailPinterestloading... Tags:bbc, cancer, rachel bland  Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.