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Entertainment Linda Nolan marks the end of her chemotherapy treatment

05:17  21 september  2020
05:17  21 september  2020 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Linda Nolan has marked the end of her chemotherapy treatment by ringing the bell describing it as an 'amazing feeling' after her diagnosis with incurable liver cancer. The singer, 61, who was diagnosed with secondary cancer in April alongside her sister Anne, 69, who has breast cancer

The two members of The Nolans have both had chemotherapy during lockdown. Image caption The sisters took part in fundraising for cancer charities after their sister Bernie died in 2013. Nolan sisters Linda and Anne have revealed they have both had to undergo chemotherapy treatment for cancer

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Linda Nolan has marked the end of her chemotherapy treatment by ringing the bell describing it as an 'amazing feeling' after her diagnosis with incurable liver cancer.

The singer, 61, who was diagnosed with secondary cancer in April alongside her sister Anne, 69, who has breast cancer, joyously rang the bell at the ward on Friday.

Linda was seen reciting a poem before joyously ringing the bell as nurses gathered to applaud her milestone before she triumphantly gave a thumbs up to the camera.

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Linda Nolan couldn't hide her delight as she rang the bell to mark the end of her chemo treatment for cancer. Alongside a picture of her giving the thumbs up and smiling broadly as she rang the bell in hospital, she wrote: “I RANG THE BELL TODAY!” She added: “It was an amazing feeling and I felt so

Linda Nolan rings chemo bell amid brave cancer battle just weeks after sister Anne. LINDA NOLAN - The Nolans singer - has shared the emotional moment she rang the chemotherapy bell to mark the end of her cancer treatment just weeks after her sister Anne finished hers.

a group of people posing for the camera: Overjoyed: Linda Nolan, 61, has marked the end of her chemotherapy treatment by ringing the bell describing it as an 'amazing feeling' on Friday after her diagnosis with incurable liver cancer © Provided by Daily Mail Overjoyed: Linda Nolan, 61, has marked the end of her chemotherapy treatment by ringing the bell describing it as an 'amazing feeling' on Friday after her diagnosis with incurable liver cancer

In the heartwarming video Linda reads: 'Ring this bell, three times well, it's told to clearly say, my treatment is done, this course is run and I am on my way!'

In an emotional speech Linda turns to the nurses, adding: 'Thank you so much you have been amazing. I know I was a bit of a pain at times but you have been amazing.'

Speaking to Hello! Magazine, Linda said: 'It was an amazing feeling and I felt so emotional, especially when all the nurses came out and cheered. It's been such a lovely day.'

a group of people standing in a room: Joy: Linda was seen reciting a poem before joyously ringing the bell as nurses gathered to applaud her milestone before she triumphantly gave a thumbs up to the camera © Provided by Daily Mail Joy: Linda was seen reciting a poem before joyously ringing the bell as nurses gathered to applaud her milestone before she triumphantly gave a thumbs up to the camera a person standing posing for the camera: In the heartwarming video Linda reads: 'Ring this bell, three times well, my it's told to clearly say, my treatment is done, this course is run and I am on my way!' © Provided by Daily Mail In the heartwarming video Linda reads: 'Ring this bell, three times well, my it's told to clearly say, my treatment is done, this course is run and I am on my way!'

She also shared the momentous occasion on Twitter, captioned: 'I RANG THE BELL TODAY!'

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Linda Nolan marks the end of her chemotherapy treatment by ringing the bell on the ward after she was diagnosed with incurable liver cancer.

Anne found out she has stage three breast cancer in April, 20 years after she was first diagnosed with the disease in 2000.

Her sister Linda discovered she had incurable liver cancer days later.

The pop star has also battled cancer before. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006, cellulitis and lymphoedema in her arm in 2007 and secondary cancer on her pelvis in 2017.

Anne is awaiting the results of her mammogram and depending on the outcome may need surgery followed by radiotherapy.

a group of people standing in a room: In an emotional speech Linda turns to the nurses, adding: 'Thank you so much you have been amazing. I know I was a bit of a pain at times but you have been amazing' © Provided by Daily Mail In an emotional speech Linda turns to the nurses, adding: 'Thank you so much you have been amazing. I know I was a bit of a pain at times but you have been amazing'

Linda, who was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2006, is due to have an MRI scan.

Discussing her experience in August, Linda admitted that she was 'traumatised' by losing her hair during treatment as she detailed the side effects.

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Linda Nolan marks the end of her chemotherapy treatment by ringing the bell on the ward after she was diagnosed with incurable liver cancer.

She said: 'I've got certain side effects from the chemo. I've got pins and needles in my fingers and my toes.

'But it hasn't been too bad. I think for me personally I was traumatised losing my hair.

Linda Nolan holding a sign posing for the camera: Close: Anne, who finished her chemotherapy treatment in August, was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in March and her sister Linda found out she had incurable liver cancer just a few days later © Provided by Daily Mail Close: Anne, who finished her chemotherapy treatment in August, was diagnosed with stage three breast cancer in March and her sister Linda found out she had incurable liver cancer just a few days later

'At the time you feel like you're being a little bit vain but I think everybody takes it differently.

'For a woman losing your hair is a really traumatic thing. We're not supposed to be going around bald.'

Explaining how her sister Anne was coping, Linda said: 'Anne has really had it tough because her body isn't handling the chemo so well.'

'But we're getting there, you know. She's got Maureen, our sister, to look after her. And I moved into my sister Denise's house so she could look after me.

a person posing for the camera: Candid: Discussing her experience, Linda admitted that she was 'traumatised' by losing her hair during treatment as she detailed the side effects © Provided by Daily Mail Candid: Discussing her experience, Linda admitted that she was 'traumatised' by losing her hair during treatment as she detailed the side effects

'It's difficult, we're all devastated. We're both scared to death because we don't want to die.

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Linda Nolan marks the end of her chemotherapy treatment by ringing the bell on the ward after she was diagnosed with incurable liver cancer.

Linda Nolan marks the end of her chemotherapy treatment by ringing the bell on the ward after she was diagnosed with incurable liver cancer.

'But we're doing the best we can and reiterating to everyone to go to hospital and get sorted. Because you will eventually have to get sorted and it might be too late.'

Linda also revealed that it has been emotional looking in the mirror as it reminds her of her late sister Bernie, who tragically passed away from cancer in 2013.

She said: 'We miss Bernie every single day. I don't think we'll ever get over it. The first time I looked in the mirror when I had my head shaved, I saw Bernie looking back at me.'

Siblings Linda and Anne, who formed part of Irish pop group The Nolans, began chemotherapy at Blackpool's Victoria Hospital in July.

They received news of their shock diagnoses within days of each other, shortly after the sisters returned from filming a series of The Nolans Go Cruising in March.

Bernie Nolan et al. posing for a photo: Stars: Siblings Linda and Anne, who formed part of Irish pop group The Nolans (pictured), began chemotherapy at Blackpool's Victoria Hospital in July © Provided by Daily Mail Stars: Siblings Linda and Anne, who formed part of Irish pop group The Nolans (pictured), began chemotherapy at Blackpool's Victoria Hospital in July Read more

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