Former Dancing on ice professional skater Alex Murphy discussed the fear of cancer he had this week.
The 33-year-old revealed her recent experiences amid worries that she had a lump on her breast.
Going to Instagram to answer questions from her followers, champion of 2020 she explained how her health was now and everything was clear.
“It’s all right now,” she told fans after being asked about her “health fear” during questions and answers on Instagram on Monday.
“I found a lump in my chest, I was referred to a specialist and I had to do a series of mammograms, ultrasounds and biopsies.
“He came back in good faith, so I’m aware – I was recommended for some general counseling because of my family history.”
Alex, who won the ITV Skating Competition in 2020 Joe Swashtold in detail how she went public with her health problems, as the lack of activity on social media was questioned.
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“It was awful, but I think we’re in the worst of it right now,” she concluded. “I’m recovering well from the biopsy and I’m just mentally tired, but I’m more than fine.”
Alex ended three incredible years in skating after ITV bosses decided not to renew her contract for the show last year.
She wrote to her fans on Instagram: “For the last three years, Dancing On Ice has been not only my job, but also what I considered my family.
“I am heartbroken to announce that I was recently informed that I will not be re-concluding for the Dancing On Ice 2021 series.
“This decision was a huge shock to me. I absolutely love the show and hoped to return in 2021. I was left confused, lost and devastated.
“I am so grateful for the three years I have had in this amazing show and I will miss everyone and everything for it from the bottom of my heart.
“Even though I have a broken heart, I firmly believe that everything happens for a reason, and even though it hurts right now, I will get together and look forward to the future.
“Many thanks to all my colleagues in DOI and most importantly to the audience for the constant support and love you have given me over the past 3 years.
“It’s been an amazing part of my life and even though it ends sooner than I’d like, I’m so grateful for the memories.”
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Dancing on Ice's Alex Murphy reveals fear of cancer after finding a lump in his breast
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