Published Tuesday, 27 August 2013
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The Loose Women panelist said that while she was grateful for the love and support she has received since her condition was made public, she would prefer to focus on other things.
"I have got cancer and I dealing with it," she told presenters Eamonn and Ruth.
"But out there are thousands of people with exactly the same thing getting on with it and not talking about it.
"And I feel out of respect for them, and in a sense you have got to have some things in your life that are private, I would rather just deal with it.
"Let's be honest, it's horrible, there is no getting away from that, and it doesn't deserve the (attention)."
The 65-year-old's diagnosis was revealed when she was forced to postpone a theatre tour of Kay Mellor's A Passionate Woman while she undergoes treatment.
Lynda is currently promoting her first fiction novel and said she hopes to resume her role in the play next year.
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