Laura Gilmore Anderson Obituary, Death – A woman who had been diagnosed by doctors as suffering from stomach aches lost her fight against cancer after three years of struggle. It was discovered that Laura Gilmore Anderson’s pancreas was affected by a form of cancer that cannot be cured. In the year 2020, the woman in her 36th year was diagnosed with a rare kind of cancer called neuroendocrine, and doctors gave her only months to survive. After years of having her symptoms misdiagnosed as irritable bowel syndrome, food intolerance, and eventually endometriosis, she was finally given the correct diagnosis.
It was a terrible shock to everyone when she went away on April 8, at 11:11 in the morning, only two days after her birthday. In February, the former information technology graduate, who was born in Longford in Ireland, and her husband, Paul, were participating in a fundraising event. They were attempting to raise enough money to travel to Mexico in order to receive immunotherapy treatment from the William’s Cancer Institute, which was offered in that country.
According to an article that was published in The Scottish Sun, the new treatment had shown excellent outcomes in patients who had diagnoses that were comparable to Laura’s. Additionally, a GoFundMe campaign that had been established to assist with the costs garnered more than £402,000, which will now be donated to a variety of organizations selected by Laura. The news of her untimely death was posted as a message on Laura’s fundraising Instagram account.
The family shared their thoughts in a letter, which read, “It is with enormous sadness that we have to share that our beautiful girl Laura passed away this morning at 11:11am.” She fought so valiantly right up until the very end, and she went away in the comfort of her own home, surrounded by affection. There are no adequate words to explain our loss, and I am well aware that many of you will be very shaken by this information because you were all rooting for her.
“Laura will always be with us, and in the words of her husband, “she will be in every rainbow and every sunset,” “she will be with us all.” Laura is the most courageous woman we know, and her presence in our lives has been nothing short of a true blessing. We are so very, very proud of her. Love you always, Laura. Rest in peace.” Lauren McKeen, who was in charge of organizing the GoFundMe effort, also offered her respects to Laura.
According to what she claimed, “She was the bravest, most courageous girl and truly fought until the very end.” Tomorrow will be the day that her funeral is held in Ireland, which is where she called home. In the beginning of this year, Laura, who lived in Penicuik, West Lothian, received the devastating news that the cancer had spread to her stomach, liver, and lymph nodes. Before deciding to seek out a ‘non-toxic’ drug in Mexico that would set her back more than 50,000 pounds, she had tried and failed to find relief from her condition through a more strenuous kind of chemotherapy. She had earlier stated that she was hopeful the treatment would give her more time with her husband and that she was “too young to die.”