Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Elizabeth Edwards dies of breast cancer

Elizabeth EdwardsElizabeth Edwards at the Stand up to cancer
Photo Getty Images/Fredrick m. Brown

The family of Elizabeth Edwards reported Monday that her breast cancer had spread beyond the breast and bone to his liver. This afternoon, reported that her family has died. sources say that all three sons, John Edwards, were with Elizabeth at his home in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.

His doctors were hospitalized last week dealt with her and she therefore recommended that further treatment for her breast cancer would be unproductive. that Elizabeth Edwards announced that she would stop taking treatment for his stage 4 breast cancer and the transition to palliative care.

Edwards was 61 and was diagnosed with breast cancer, when her husband John Edwards was in the race for Presidency 2004. recounted his diagnosis and the political maelstrom was involved in with his book, "Saving Grace." Then in March 2007, it was discovered that her cancer has progressed for Metastatic bone, spread a. In 2008, John Edwards was making a bid for the Presidency of the United States, while his wife was battling breast cancer. during the campaign videographer Rielle Hunter, met, with whom he had a daughter not until January 2010 has publicly acknowledged the son Edwards as his own John and Elizabeth Edwards separated shortly after his confession.

Elizabeth Edwards had four children: Wade, Cate, Emma and Jack.  Wade is dead as a teenager in an unexplained accident one his parents car mourned him, his mother especially know. Cate daughter is an attorney 28-year old, as a result of his chosen profession. mother Emma is 12, Jack is 10-both younger children were conceived with the help of fertility drugs taken after the death of Wade Edwards.

Politically savvy, tough and durable, Elizabeth Edwards posted a message on Facebook this Monday, saying: "you all know that I have been all my life savings from three thanks-my family, my friends and a belief in the power of resilience and hope. Thanks I have made these through difficult times and that brought more joy for the good times could have never imagined. The day of our lives, for all of us, are numbered. We know it. And, Yes, there are certainly times when we are not able to collect as much strength and patience as we would like. This is to be human.

"But I found that the simple act of living with hope, and the daily effort to have a positive impact in the world, the days that I have made all the more significant and valuable. And for this I am grateful. You cannot put into words, love and gratitude that I feel everybody, who has and continues to support and inspire me every day. You simply say: you know. "

As Mrs. Edwards, we don't know how long we will live., some of us have a chance to say goodbye and some of us have to leave unexpectedly. If given the chance, we will depart with grace and forgiveness, despite all the struggles we endured. or we can choose to live in such a way that we are always willing to go at a moment's notice.

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