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‘Si esto se publica, significa que he muerto’: emotivo mensaje de una modelo que falleció por cáncer

Gemma Sisson perdió su batalla contra el cáncer y dejó un conmovedor mensaje ‘‘post mortem’

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Reino Unido.- "Si esto se publica, significa que finalmente he muerto después de semanas de aferrarme a la vida", fue el mensaje de la modelo y fisicoculturista británica Gemma Sisson, luego de fallecer de cáncer a los 39 años

En una publicación ‘post mortem’, la mujer se despide de sus seres queridos y llamó a las autoridades de Reino Unido para que modifiquen y actualicen los procedimientos estándar de examen de los pacientes con cáncer, para que no corran su misma suerte.

Gemma pide lo anterior al asegurar que si en enero de 2019 hubiera recibido un escáner de cuerpo completo su cáncer secundario podría haber sido diagnosticado mucho antes y cambiado las perspectivas a largo plazo, debido a que los médicos solo revisan las áreas donde se detectó originalmente un tumor, por lo cual, post mortem, solicita que los escaneos de cánceres secundarios sean obligatorios pueda lograr un impacto positivo.

En un mensaje publicado en redes sociales, agradeció a sus seres queridos el apoyo que recibió y pide que vivan su vida al máximo y que no den por sentado nada ni a nadie, porque nadie sabe realmente lo que está a la vuelta de la esquina.

“Realmente, espero que al compartir mi historia y al solicitar que los escaneos de cánceres secundarios sean obligatorios pueda lograr un impacto positivo, e incluso si esto sirve de ayuda a una sola persona, sentiré que he logrado hacer algo bueno“, escribió.

“Definitivamente estoy contenta de que mi tiempo se haya acabado … ¡Nos vemos al otro lado, hijos de puta!”, finalizó Gemma en su publicación.
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If this is being posted it means I’ve finally died after weeks of clinging on far too long. - Although I’ll be heartbroken to leave behind all my loved ones I’ll be so glad to get away from what this bastard disease has left me as. - I really hope that by sharing my cancer story and petitioning for secondary cancers scans to be made mandatory I’ve made a positive impact, and even if only 1 person gets some help from this then I will feel like I have accomplished something good. - I really can’t thank Rick enough who has been by side all the way and given me an amazing amount of love and support throughout this horrific time. I want all my loved ones to know that the pain and suffering has now stopped and I am now finally at peace. I am also grateful for all the support I have received from all of my followers on social media. - If anyone is going to take anything from this, it is that life is short and that we all think these sort of things will never happen to us. - Well I thought that, and let me tell you now, this could happen to anyone of you reading this. So live your life to the fullest, dont take anything or anyone for granted because non of us really know what is around the corner. But I am definitely glad that my time is now up ,see you on the flip side mother fuckers! - #fuckcancer #love #changeforgemma

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Gemma Sisson vivía con su marido Ricky Moore —al que conoció en 2004 y con quien se casó hace dos meses— en la ciudad de Leeds, al norte de Inglaterra, donde llevaba un estilo de vida activo. En 2018 le diagnosticaron un cáncer de pelvis que logró superar a primeros de 2019.

En enero del año pasado, los médicos escanearon el área donde originalmente se detectó el tumor y no encontraron ninguna evidencia de enfermedad activa.

Sin embargo, en agosto del mismo año Sisson descubrió que la enfermedad se había extendido fatalmente hasta su columna, hígado y estómago.

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Yesterday fb memories reminded me it was four years ago (!?!) that I won my bikini comp... & I’ve also been thinking I should probs change my insta profile pic COs apart from a few rehab sessions it’s 9 months since I set foot in a gym - absolute #catfish Before I found out the reason for the pain in my back and neck was being caused by secondary cancer tumours, the gym was my absolute passion- although I competed in bikini comps I actually hated the show day side of things as I’m naturally quite introverted but I just loved the training!! I trained religiously for 8 years including being lucky enough to keep up some level of training throughout the treatment for my primary cancer. - The minute I was diagnosed with the secondary cancer i had to instantly give up going to the gym as I was at risk of being paralysed at any second and had to have a 9 hour emergency spinal fusion surgery; I did hope I would be able to take up some level of training again but my cancer has been so aggressive this hasn’t been possible and I’ve had to watch my body deteriorate at such a level I’m now practically bed bound, when I went for my last hospital appointment on Thursday I had to use a wheelchair and apart from texting, my right hand is pretty much useless due to nerve damage. - I really don’t want this to come across as a ‘sympathy’ post.... but I do want people to appreciate your bodies and all the amazing stuff they can do for us, when they’re working properly! it can all be taken away from us so quickly - through illness or injury; and tbh it’s been devastating to see myself go from fit and healthy to disabled in such a short space of time. - I had to switch my mindset real quick once I found out about the secondary cancer and accept I wouldn’t be able to train again - as I’ve found with everything to do with this cancer you’ve gotta adapt to shit really fast!!!! - But on a side note; I get that it’s shit for people who love the gym that they aren’t able to train as they’d like atm.... but it’s kinda tough shit! We’re in the middle of a global pandemic and the temporary loss of your gains is pretty fucking trivial in the grand scheme of things #fuckcancer

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Ella, a través de su mensaje de despedida, y ahora sus amigos y familiares exigen a las autoridades sanitarias británicas que revisen de manera "urgente" los estándares de examen corporal de pacientes con cáncer, para que los médicos no solo vuelvan a revisar las áreas donde se detectó originalmente el tumor, sino que realicen un escaneo de cuerpo completo.

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Give me fucking strength!!! So as of Friday I’m back on the Chemo; 2 months earlier than planned but I went down hill so fast after coming off it, it was agreed it was the best option. So although Chemo has a terrible reputation I have been put on one that really works for me and I can already start to feel some improvements both mentally and physically But as I clearly don’t like to do things by halves the issues with my mobility in my right side has got, in many ways, a shit-load worse. I’m wearing a neck brace most of the day to support the collapsed muscles in my neck and am unable to do certain movements with my right hand, the signals aren’t connecting between my brain and my nerves... which is scary as fuck I’m really hopeful that starting my physio regime is gonna help but there is a ton of unknowns at the minute. It sounds likely that the cancer is wearing away at my nerve cells which is causing the deterioration in my movement.... so I’m hoping the chemo can help slow this down..... hopefully reverse it Focusing on the positive is difficult as fuck right now with so many unknowns but I’ll pull my head out my arse and crack on with the physio and put my faith in the Chemo working some magic!!! This bitch is down but not yet out #fuckcancer#mindset#changeforgemma#livingwithcancer#stage4cancer#givemestrength

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