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BBC Journalist Helen Fawkes has died

BBC Journalist Helen Fawkes has died

BBC News reporter Helen Fawkes has died of Cancer.

She was first diagnosed with the disease 15 years ago and had over 78 rounds of Chemotherapy.

Her fellow colleague, Lyse Doucet, said: “Dear Helen Fawkes – how hard you fought death by living each day to its fullest. You inspired & enriched so many other lives on your way.”

Updated: Monday 12 June 2017
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