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Inside Edition anchor Deborah Norville is recovering after surgery
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Inside Edition anchor Deborah Norville is recovering after surgery to remove a cancerous thyroid nodule from her neck - which was spotted by a viewer. But recent tests revealed it had turned cancerous and she needed surgery for its removal. On Thursday, Norville posted a photo on Instagram of her sat on the sofa with a Band Aid on her beck, a tall glass of water, and a pile of books to get through during her recovery - including the biography of 'Queen of the Desert' Gertrude Bell, and 'Kushner, Inc: Greed. Norville posted a photo on Instagram of her sat on the sofa with a Band Aid on her beck, a tall glass of water, and a pile of books to get through during her recovery - including the biography of 'Queen of the Desert' Gertrude Bell, and 'Kushner, Inc: Greed. Norville said she will make a speedy recovery and will not need chemotherapy or radiation therapy, but she will be off the show for some time. Announcing her leave of absence, Norville told viewers: 'We live in a world of 'see something, say something,' and I'm really glad we do. It was a lump.
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Rumors have long been floating on the internet that the" Inside Edition" host Deborah Norville had gotten a plastic surgery. The American Journalist, who made a one-time appearance in TV series "The Game", is considered by many to be too hot for her age. The TV anchor, who was born in August , is 59 years old. But her face looks as if it has almost forgotten to age.
News anchor and journalist Deborah Norville opened up about her remarkable weight loss journey in an interview with "Good Morning America" Thursday. While the best-selling author and businesswoman projects the image of being at the top of her game professionally, for the past ten years she said she had been privately dealing with a personal struggle behind the scenes: feeling deeply self-conscious and unhappy with her body. DeborahNorville is taking us through her weight loss journey.