This Morning’s Dr Hilary Jones, 66, said he was in no way tempted to retire from TV anytime soon. the ITV stalwart, when asked if he ever thought about packing it in, replied: “Oh god, no. It’s still fun. And, of course, it keeps me up to date with the latest breaking medical news, which is great. I’ve always got little projects going on,” he added.
Dr Hilary, who also appears on Lorraine and Good Morning Britain, revealed his passion and aim to “raise awareness generally about important issues and put medical stories in a perspective that’s easy for people to understand”.
“Thats the kind of stuff that I enjoy doing because it can reassure people,” he added.
“If anything, I think I’m probably better at it than I was 30 years ago because I’ve got 30 years’ experience.
“Experience is so important in medicine because you can take a story at face value, say, ‘Oh yes, that’s alarming,’ but actually, based on your clinical practices 30 years ago, you think, I’ve heard all this before,” the This Morning medical expert continued.
“There’s a perspective there which people need to understand.
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