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Piers Morgan has revealed that a viewer a lot of attention to detail may have saved his life.
The TV host said viewer, who saw his ITV series “Serial Killer” noticed an unusual mark on his chest and wrote to him about it.
Gillian Nuttall, who founded the Melanoma uk, zero in on the mark and felt compelled to contact Morgan.
“When my ‘Serial Killer’ crime documentary broadcast on ITV in November, Gillian Nuttall, founder of Melanoma uk, e-mailed me to say: ‘Piers, at the risk of sounding like a fool, I am just watching your program and there is a visible stain on your chest. You can have this checked?'” he said, according to the Daily Mail, where Morgan is a columnist.
At the sight of her message, Morgan followed her advice and saw a doctor who immediately removed the mark. The dermatologist told Morgan this can cancer.
“This week, a top dermatologist took a look and immediately cut it out,” he added. “Much further delay, he told me, and it would have turned to cancer. “Give that lady a gold star!'”
The spoken “Good Morning Britain’ host thanked Nuttall for saving him.
“Thank You, Michiel. Oh the irony of a serial killer accidentally help to save my life. Merry Christmas!”
The Melanoma UK official Twitter account replied Morgan pages to reveal the writing, “All in a day’s work. So glad that he listened. The need for vigilance is clear.”
Just goes to show how important it is to for our skin. @piersmorgan speaks of Melanoma UK and our e-mail to him. Always be aware of changes of stains. #melanomaawareness pic.twitter.com/e4mQQcf9Ya
— Melanoma uk (@MelanomaUK) December 25, 2017