Terrible !  A woman dies of a rare disease, she was more likely to be struck by lightning

She loses her life after a little over a year of fighting a rare disease that she should not have contracted. Her sister reveals what her doctors had told her.

She had more chance of being struck by lightning than to catch this very rare disease according to his doctor. This mother-of-three was just 39 when she lost her life because of this rare cancer. Lisa Britton, originally from Leeds, dies on July 10, 2022, reports the Mirror. She struggled 14 months during against a gastric cancer stage four, says the British media. Having consulted because of a Helicobacter pylori or H. Pylori infection, it was suggested to Lisa that she probably had no stomach cancer.

This type of disease is most common in people over 60explains the Mirror quoting Leeds Live. Regardless, Lisa Britton’s family said that “doctors did not follow up” of the infection and that later Lisa turned out diagnosed with gastric cancer. According to Lisa’s family, her oncologist told her that she was more likely to be struck by lightning than getting gastric cancer. Which was the case though !

She had “a huge heart”

Michelle Britton, Lisa’s sister says of her thatshe was a one of a kind woman, affectionate and endowed with a huge heart. She was an extremely caring and selfless woman, but above all brave. “Even when she was battling this horrible disease, with intense chemotherapy and radiation, and suffering from a blood clot in her lung, she never complained“, explains Michelle Britton to Leeds Live. Lisa Britton’s sister is also calling on everyone to be aware of the stomach cancer symptoms and in case of unusual pains of “request additional tests“.

Source: www.closermag.fr

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