Does Hywel Griffiths Has Skin Cancer? Full Update On His Illness

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Hywel Griffiths might have unusual skin and face conditions because of cancer.

Griffiths is a Welsh Television News Correspondent. He had attended Ysgol Uwchradd Aberteifi from 1989 to 1996. In 1999, he completed his Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Bristol.

A year later, in 2000, he was handed his Master’s degree in Medieval History by Queens College. Thus, we can confirm that he has a great knowledge of history.

Hywel Griffiths Skin And Face Condition: Does He Have Cancer?

Since Hywel Griffiths has never been open about his skin and face condition, we remain unknown if he has cancer.

If you know Hywel, you might have definitely noticed that some portion of his right cheek seems to be burnt or has some defects. The exact reason for scars remains unknown.

Who are the winners and losers from the #AlevelResults grade standardisation process in Wales? In both cases the answer seems to be students who receive free school meals – according to this table from Qualification Wales.

— Hywel Griffith (@hywel_griffith) August 13, 2020

Some say that he might have skin cancer. However, there’s no official statement to prove this point. Nevertheless, Griffiths is determined to continue with what he has on his face as he isn’t shy to show his scars.

Hopefully, Hywel will reveal everything about his face condition very soon. He is one of the few outspoken personalities who have never thought about hiding his condition, no matters what.

Meet Hywel Griffiths From BBC

The journalist Hywel Griffiths has been a part of BBC since the beginning of his career.

He had kicked off his professional life in September 2000 when he started to work as a news trainee. From September 2001 to December 2001, he worked for BBC as their broadcast journalist.

The @fmwales Mark Drakeford is self-isolating after coming into contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid-19. The @WelshGovernment says it is a “precaution”. He is currently giving evidence via video to the Welsh Affairs Committee. @BBCNews

— Hywel Griffith (@hywel_griffith) March 4, 2021

Moreover, he has even worked as their senior broadcast journalist. After working for more than 6 years as the Wales Health Correspondent, Hywel was appointed the Wales Correspondent in April 2012. 

From September 2016 until September 2019, he worked as a Sydney Correspondent. However, he immediately returned to becoming the Wales Correspondent. Now, he continues to work in the same position.

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