When breast cancer was diagnosed three years ago with Katie Britton-Jordan, the doctors recommended having a breast amputated and undergoing chemotherapy. So they wanted to save the life of the then 37-year-olds. The Briton, however, was against this type of treatment. Instead, she opted for a so-called holistic, holistic, lifestyle, which included switching to a vegan diet.
So the mother of a five-year-old daughter hoped to be able to fight the extremely aggressive cancer – against any conventional medical advice. After nearly three years of fighting, Katie Britton-Jordan died at the age of 40 in late May, as her husband Neil announced on her Facebook page. Post
With chemotherapy for breast cancer "you poison your body"
His wife died in the circle of the family and her friends, according to the post. Her five-year-old daughter and her best friend had picked flowers and decorated her mother's deathbed with them. "Our little girl had to learn a hard lesson at a young age and I just do not have any answers when she asks, 'Why did we have to say Bye Bye?'" The husband writes.
Katie Britton-Jordan has documented her life on her Facebook page in recent years. Although she was suffering from an aggressive form of breast cancer, the doctors had given her a relatively good chance of finding a cure for chemotherapy, reports the British daily "The Sun". Britton-Jordan, however, refused. In 2017, according to Sun, she wrote, "It's poisoning your body, and in my opinion, there are many other possibilities that are more promising than chemo."
Husband asks for respect
Instead, she tried various alternative medicines. This included vegan diet. "I feel really good and I can still work and take care of my daughter, I eat raw vegetables and fruits mainly, which helps," Britton-Jordan said. "If I had a chemo, I would probably be bedridden by now, I know friends who have not recovered from chemo all their lives."
However, the cancer in her body continued to spread. Friends donated money for their treatment, but there was no salvation for Britton-Jordan. For her renouncement of the chemotherapy she received much lack of understanding and also criticism, finally her assessment contradicted the medical state of research. Nevertheless, her husband called in his farewell posting to respect the deceased: "I know that some people have a different opinion of what Katie should have done or not, but that does not change her courage and her Would in the past three years. "
Swell:"The Sun" / "Katie's Page" on Facebook
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