Sally is back on TSN after her long-term stay at Walgreens.
Sally’s health issues are the result of her prolonged stay in the UK.
A report by the Royal College of Nursing and the Royal Victoria Infirmary said that Sally was found to have a high risk of having heart failure and that her heart rate was too low to sustain her breathing.
In a statement, TSN said Sally was “recovering well and is now in excellent health”.
Shelley’s health is deteriorating rapidly.
The broadcaster said that in addition to her heart issues, her liver is failing, she has high blood pressure, and she has lost weight.
She has suffered multiple heart attacks, and her kidneys have stopped working.
The network said Sally had recently stopped taking the antibiotic Zithromax, and the network said that there was no indication that she will have to seek further medical treatment.
“We understand the difficulties Sally and her family are facing and we have been in contact with them,” the network added.
“However, we want to make clear that there are no plans for Sally to be on any medication at this time.”
Shelleys family has said she was suffering from an autoimmune disease, which can cause liver damage and kidney failure.
Al Jazeera’s Sarah Rainsford reports.