Florida: viewer discovers cancer in TV presenter

TV presenter Victoria Price has cancer.

© Victoria Price/Instagram

TV presenter Victoria Price receives shocking news: A viewer has discovered a lump on her neck. A doctor confirms the bad assumption: cancer.

  • TV presenter Victoria Price gets shocking news.
  • A viewer wrote her an email with a grave fear.
  • A doctor confirms the assumption: Krebs.

Florida (USA) – Victoria Price probably owed her life to an attentive viewer. The TV presenter from the local TV station WFLA (US state Florida) learned of her cancer illness through an email from a viewer. Price posted a photo of herself on Instagram, on which she pointed with a finger node pointing at her neck. Instagram is an online service. On the platform, users can share their photos and videos with other people around the world.

Instagram post: TV presenter Victoria Price falls ill with cancer

Price commented on her photo on Instagram: “She saw a lump on my neck. Said he reminded her of her own. Yours was cancer. Turns out mine was too. ”Just a day after the email, Price went to see a doctor. This confirmed the fear: cancer of the thyroid gland.

During the Corona-Pandemic, her work as a journalist was a full throttle job. Price continues to write about her situation and the cancer diagnosis: “Never ending shifts in a never ending news cycle. We reported on the most important health story of our century – my own health never occurred to me. “

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“8 On Your Side” isn’t just a catchphrase at @wfla. It’s our cornerstone. But the roles recently reversed when I found a viewer on MY side, and I couldn’t be more grateful. As a journalist, it’s been full throttle since the pandemic began. Never-ending shifts in a never-ending news cycle. Adjusting to remote workflows and in my case, taking on a new investigative role. We were covering the most important health story in a century, but my own health was the farthest thing from my mind. Until a viewer emailed me last month. She saw a lump on my neck. Said it reminded her of her own. Hers was cancer. Turns out, mine is too. COVID created some diagnostic delays but I’ll finally be undergoing surgery this Monday to remove the tumor, my thyroid, and a couple of the nearby lymph nodes. Doctor says it’s spreading, but not too much, and we’re hopeful this will be my first and last procedure. Had I never received that email, I never would have called my doctor. The cancer would have continued to spread. It’s a scary and humbling thought. I will forever be thankful to the woman who went out of her way to email me, a total stranger. She had zero obligation to, but she did anyway. Talk about being on your side, huh? The world is a tough place these days. Don’t forget to take care of yourself. Take care of each other. Love y’all and see you soon. VP 💕

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Cancer disease: Victoria Price gets a lot of popularity on Instagram

Price received at Instagram some well-being wishes so that she can defeat cancer quickly. One user wrote: “I hope that you will be better soon”. The anonymous viewer who drew Price’s attention to her cancer received a lot of praise on Instagram. One user wrote: “God bless the lady”.

Now Price is undergoing medical treatment. The cancer and thyroid will be removed. Price continues on Instagram: “On Monday I will finally have an operation to remove the tumor, my thyroid and some lymph nodes. My doctor says it’s spreading slowly. We are hopeful that this will be my first and last intervention. ”

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