First course of chemotherapy fails for BBC presenter
BBC presenter Steve Hewlett has said his first course of chemotherapy has "failed".
It was discovered in March that the 58-year-old has cancer of the oesophagus, which connects the throat to the stomach.
He is having a second course of chemotherapy, plus radiotherapy, at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London.
Despite the chemotherapy failing, Mr Hewlett said he was "relatively positive".
The journalist revealed his illness on the PM programme on Radio 4 three weeks ago.
On Monday, he told the same programme that - after four cycles of chemotherapy - it had looked like... read more
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