A 22-year-old mother, Sarah Armstrong experienced a mysterious bruise and died a week after seeing a doctor.
A week before he died, Sarah was treated by a doctor and complained of symptoms. The nurse then noted that Sarah had bruises on her body and experienced flu symptoms.
At that time Sarah was diagnosed with a stroke and died after a week and shocked the people around her.
“Nobody believed his condition, everyone was very surprised,” Danielle Johnson, Sarah’s childhood friend, was quoted by Mirror as saying.
Danielle Johnson then told me that Sarah had complained about mysterious bruises on the body before dying. Because, Sarah does not know the cause of bruises on her body.
At that time Danielle also advised Sarah to check her body condition to the doctor. Sarah also underwent a blood test and advised the doctor to go to A&E as soon as possible.
Sarah was very surprised when she was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia. Danielle also did not expect Sarah to suffer from one type of blood cancer.
Because, Sarah is known as someone who is always laughing and never looked sick during his life. So Danielle realized how serious Sarah’s health condition was before she died.
As a result of this incident, Danielle wants everyone to increase awareness about the signs of cancer. Because, symptoms that are found faster may have a greater chance of recovery.
In this case, Sarah was diagnosed with myeloid leukemia cancer on January 24, 2020. She also began undergoing chemotherapy treatment 5 days later, precisely January 29, 2020.
After only 3 days of chemotherapy, Sarah actually died on February 1 2020. This is certainly surprising for Sarah’s little friend, Danielle.
However, Danielle still assesses that SSarah is a very positive and strong person undergoing chemotherapy treatment before dying.
In fact he also did everything for everyone,” explained Danielle.
Sarah is a wonderful mother and always puts everyone first,” he continued.
Acute myeloid leukemia is a type of blood cancer due to the growth of abnormal cells that quickly and accumulate in the bone marrow of the blood and disrupt normal blood cells.
Symptoms of this disease include feeling tired, shortness of breath, easy bruising, bleeding and an increased risk of infection. Sometimes, its spread can occur in the brain, skin and gums.
This type of blood cancer usually develops faster and can be fatal in a few weeks to months if not treated immediately.