I take no pleasure in saying this. However, it has come to my attention that Jessica Ainscough, the woman who I predicted would die of untreated cancer has passed away.
She was 30 years. She spent seven of those years with a slowly progressing cancer that would ultimately kill her.
It was 2012 when I predicted this outcome, noting that the slow moving cancer would likely take a few more years to kill her. It took about three. To be perfectly honest, that’s roughly what I had expected, based on what doctors had told me and some research on the progression of the condition.
It is surely a sad day for her friends and family. It’s terrible to lose a life at such an age, especially when it could have been prevented. However, I believe this needs to be publicized and used as an example of how deadly cancer quackery can be. She spent much of her life encouraging others to go down the path of fake treatments and quackery. The ultimate result should be proof to any others who face the difficult decision of how to treat their cancer.
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