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Nicholas Christian - June 2015
BBC political editor Nick Robinson was diagnosed with cancer in February and feared that his broadcasting career would be over. He lost his voice during surgery to remove a tumor in his lung when a nerve to one of his vocal chords was severed. Though he has not fully recovered, he has returned to work on a part-time basis.
“It’s so much part of my identity. I woke up from the operation and found I was unable to speak. My first thought was that I would never broadcast again. I thought, ‘That’s it, my TV career is over’.”
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Original source: www.scotsman.com