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He lost the battle with brain cancer

The dramatic battle of a “warrior” my dad who died in the past few hours: he lost the battle with brain cancer.

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The grieving sister of a brave father of two gave him a sincere greeting, describing how bravely he fought his final diagnosis of a brain tumor to the end. Lance Roberts grievously passed away on Tuesday 5th January after struggling with a terrible disease for years. He was only 33 years old. Roberts, the loving father of his two young children Macy, aged six, and Mason, aged 12, fell ill on the wedding day of his sister Kimberly Chaplin on September 15, 2018, and has a severe headache.

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Tragic Story of Lance Roberts: The Warrior Father Dies

The man was unable to reach the ceremony at St. Stephen’s Church in Yestrade Ronda. He called an ambulance that took him to Royal Glamorgan Hospital, and the next day he was diagnosed with an advanced brain tumor. Later, the young father was transferred to University Hospital of Wales in Cardiff, where he underwent brain surgery on October 4, 2018.

He later returned home but contracted meningitis and had to return to the hospital. In the following months, Mr. Roberts, from Trelau, Ronda, underwent 43 sessions of radiotherapy and 10 sessions of chemotherapy.

The infection resulted in an allergic reaction to the chemotherapy, which means it must be stopped and then resumed, but the treatment was subsequently stopped completely because it did not work. He also underwent a platelet transfusion. Despite the treatment, the brain tumor was still growing rapidly and had developed into a glioblastoma, which is more aggressive and severe.

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