BBC Radio 5 Live news presenter Rachael Bland, who has incurable cancer, has revealed that on social media, that you “only live for days”.
The 40-year-old was diagnosed with breast cancer in November 2016.
To publish last month she said she was in a “race against time” is a book for your two-year-old son, Freddie, and believed that they had the year “less than”.
Newsreader Fad co-host of you, Me and the Big C-the podcast with Deborah James and Lauren Mahon.
Writing on Twitter on Monday, she said the couple would continue to the podcast.
She tweeted: “In the words of the legendary Frank S – I’m afraid the time has come, my friends. And all of a sudden.
“I told you, I have only days. It is very surreal. Thank you so much for all the support I have received.”
At the end of the Twitter post of @Rachael_Hodges
Bland was said in may of this year that her cancer was incurable, and said their hopes rested with a clinical trial.
But two months, a scan had spread further showed her cancer.
The former BBC Radio 5 Live presenter Richard bacon was to send those to the your support to Fade on social media.
He tweeted: “days. Devastating. Rachael, I know, to say: I think of you (and our wonderful time together on the air, especially all the late night fun) nothing changes.
“But I am, and I am so very sorry. Your podcast has helped change the way people talk about it all. You’re wonderful.”
Presenter and four-time Olympic rowing champion Matthew Pinsent published: “the bravery, professionalism, Humor, in a tweet.”