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15 Jun 2021
Cable News Network (CNN) reporter, Christiane Amanpour has announced that she has been diagnosed with ovarian cancer. Amanpour on Monday said the past four weeks, during which she has not appeared on CNN’s international outlets, has been “a roller coaster” for her before announcing her diagnosis.

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