7 Holby City spoilers for next week

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Holby City spoilers follow.

Next week on Holby City, Jac gets devastating news which prompts her to make a big decision, Cameron's sinister plan is revealed and there's another shock return.

Here's a full collection of the seven biggest moments coming up:

1. Hanssen vows to keep the hospital safe

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After Chloe gets a tip off revealing that Cameron is on the loose, Hanssen trawls hospital CCTV looking for clues.

Realising the hospital could be in danger, Hanssen desperately tries to put the clue together to save Holby from disaster. But the clock is ticking, and Cameron is, as always, one step ahead.

2. Chloe's fears intensify

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As Cameron's sinister plan is revealed, Chloe struggles to concentrate on her work knowing he is at large.

Still reeling from the fallout of Eli's trial, Chloe is forced to put her fears to one side in order to take part in a high-stakes surgery. But can Hanssen and Ange keep her safe when danger is lurking around the corner?

3. Dom is left devastated over Carole

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Next week's episode is another tear-jerker as Carole's condition takes another turn for the worse. With Carole's dementia rapidly intensifying, Dom is left devastated when she suffers a stroke.

This sparks a wider conversation about whether the experimental stent trial is far too risky, but will Jac reveal to Dom the real reason behind the groundbreaking procedure?

4. Evie sees Jeni's true colours

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Evie is left in another dilemma when Aleysa, another of Jeni’s girls, is admitted with a suspicious cut on her arm.

When Fletch and Donna don't buy the reasons behind Aeysa's injury, Jeni blackmails Evie into telling more lies.

However, the police are forced to get involved, Evie sees an even darker side to Jeni as the web continues to tangle. But with Fletch's freedom at stake, is Evie in too deep?

5. Jac gets devastating news

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Jac's life will be turned upside down next week, when she gets more devastating news about her future.

Jac recently told Hanssen that she had been diagnosed with a brain tumour prior to returning to Holby, but she's about to find out that it's more serious than she thought.

In turmoil, Jac finally opens up to Max about her prognosis and explains that she is likely to go blind. She also uses the opportunity to admit the truth about the stent trial and her personal reasons for driving it, leaving Max determined to make her see sense.

6. Jac faces up to reality

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Following tense discussions with both Max and Eli, Jac finally wakes up to the reality of what she's doing.

Accepting that Carole is not the right candidate for the trial, Jac breaks the bad news to her and confesses that she was only ever forcing it for her own personal gain.

Carole is left distraught to be pulled out of the trial, but Jac is confident that they've finally made the right decision.

7. There's another shock return

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If Cameron's return wasn't enough of a shock, then brace yourselves – as there's another very exciting return on the way.

Although we are sworn to secrecy on the identity of the shocking comeback, the closing moments of next week's episode will see another much-loved face head back to Holby. And trust us when we say that you definitely won't see this one coming...

Holby City airs these scenes on Tuesday, August 31 at 7.50pm on BBC One.

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