Adele Roberts opens up about the side-effects she is still dealing with following her cancer all-clear

Adele Roberts has “casually” learned that her rectum was removed during her colostomy operation in October 2021.The BBC Radio 1 presenter had a stoma bag, which she refers to as Audrey, fitted last October after being diagnosed with bowel cancer.The operation diverts one end of the colon, which is part of the bowel, through an opening in the abdomen called a stoma. A pouch is then placed over the stoma to collect stools, and can be permanent or temporary.The broadcaster announced in June that she was cancer free but explained in a new Instagram post on Monday (November 28) that she continues to deal with the side effects of her treatment.