Cilly Dartell, who said earlier this year that her lung cancer is stable, says

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that the disease may have spread.

Spots have also been found in her lungs and brain, which are still being investigated.

"Irradiations for the latter (brain, ed.) and a so-called trial for the former (lungs, ed.). A test of a new means to fight the spots in the lungs," said the former

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Scans will be made this week and Dartell will receive the results shortly.

"One of my dear friends always says that I have to get in the right line at the results. I intend to do that. We're going for it," says Dartell, who turned 64 on Wednesday.

In May, the presenter announced that she no longer had to undergo chemotherapy and that her condition was stable.

Dartell announced in May 2020 that she had been diagnosed with lung cancer in February of that year.

That was also the case in 2016.

She reported in 2013 that she has COPD, a disease that often leads to severe breathlessness, shortness of breath and a lot of coughing.