Weeks after the demise of actress Suzanne Somers, the trigger has been formally revealed. Notably, 76-year-old Somers had handed away on Sunday, October 15.
According to a report by Blast, Somers died as her breast most cancers unfold all through her physique. The studies says that her demise certificates highlights “breast cancer with metastasis to the brain” as her immediate cause of death. Although no autopsy was performed on her body, the death certificate reportedly lists hypertension, or high blood pressure, and hydrocephalus as additional underlying conditions that caused her demise.
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Somers was buried at Desert Memorial Park in Cathedral City after her death. Earlier, on behalf of her family, Somers’ publicist R. Couri Hay had confirmed her death.
“Suzanne Somers passed away peacefully at home in the early morning hours of October 15th. She survived an aggressive form of breast cancer for over 23 years,” Hay wrote in a statement to People.
“Suzanne was surrounded by her loving husband Alan, her son Bruce, and her immediate family. Her family was gathered to celebrate her 77th birthday on October 16th. Instead, they will celebrate her extraordinary life, and want to thank her millions of fans and followers who loved her dearly,” the statement continued.
Somers’ breast cancer
She was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2000. In 2007, Somers shared with Los Angeles Times that she was cancer-free after treatment with radiation, alternative medicine and a lumpectomy.
In July 2023, she revealed to her fans that her breast cancer had resurfaced and promised to fight and overcome it again.
“As you understand, I had breast most cancers 20 years in the past, and once in a while it pops up once more, and I proceed to bat it down. I’ve used the perfect various and traditional remedies to fight it,” she had posted on Instagram.
“This is just not new territory for me. I understand how to placed on my battle gear and I’m a fighter,” she added.