American Star Daisy Lewellyn Passed Away From Cancer, RIP!

American Star Daisy Lewellyn Passed Away From Cancer,  RIP!
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"I thought I would be accepting a proposal and signing my contract for my five-year TV deal."

America has lost another brilliant and talented warriors of the entertainment world as Blood, Sweat and Heels star and Essence Magazine editor Daisy Lewellyn departed from the human world. She passed away due to the persistence of a rare type of cancer, cancer affecting the liver. 

 

Lewellyn died at 36 years old.

Lewellyn died at 36 years old.

This is mainly because of bile duct cancer, or medically termed as cholangiocarcinoma.

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In 2014, she was diagnosed of the disease.

In 2014, she was diagnosed of the disease.
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Unfortunately, things went up so fast at Stage 3.

Normally, these patients go through chemotherapy and radiotherapy.

Normally, these patients go through chemotherapy and radiotherapy.
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Daisy also went through these, but cancer was too stubborn to prevail, thus made her system weaker.

Daisy has such as positive spirit!

Daisy has such as positive spirit!
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She had high faith about her steadfast recovery, and she's optimistic about what the future holds.

During the season openers of Blood, Sweat and Heels, she announced about her health.

During  the season openers of Blood, Sweat and Heels, she announced about her health.
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...which made her co-stars Mica Hughes and Melyssa Ford go in shock. That was very unexpected, really. Cancer cells were already rampant.

On the discovery of the illness.

On the discovery of the illness.
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One of her hairstylists observed that Daisy's white hairs are turning green without any dyes. After having the decision to consult the doctor, that was when they knew about cancer.

Laid down in peace and soundness.

Laid down in peace and soundness.
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Daisy's family and closest friends were there during her last human moments.

We've lost a lot.

We've lost a lot.
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Daisy should have expressed more. What a sad life. Rest in peace, dear!