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Amanda's Final Message (8 pics + video)

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This story is absolutely heartbreaking. In January, 2013, a girl named Amanda, also known as a Twitter user @TrappedAtMyDesk found out that she had brain cancer. She was updating her Twitter until her death.

1 Amanda's Final Message (8 pics + video)

In January 2013, Amanda told her Twitter followers that she received bad news from her doctors.


2 Amanda's Final Message (8 pics + video)

She had brain cancer. She updated her Twitter with sincere and absolutely heartbreaking reactions.


3 Amanda's Final Message (8 pics + video)

She said she quit her job. She thought it was pointless to work for the last three months of her life.


4 Amanda's Final Message (8 pics + video)

The thoughts Amanda had during her last months on this earth were put on Twitter.


5 Amanda's Final Message (8 pics + video)

She traveled around the world, but had to go home when she started to get sick.


6 Amanda's Final Message (8 pics + video)

“Tomorrow, I go back into the hospital for the last time.” The sadness and finality in her tweets is heartbreaking.


7 Amanda's Final Message (8 pics + video)

In April, 2013, her brother James updated her account, letting people know Amanda had passed away.


8 Amanda's Final Message (8 pics + video)

“Be good to each other.” More people should follow Amanda’s wise advice.




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№1 Author: candysack (21 Jan 2014 02:59) Total user comments: 1436


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This might be one of the few positive attributes to social media that people like her might get heard and their story may give inspiration to those who dont value their life enough
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№2 Author: adzhoe (21 Jan 2014 03:41) Total user comments: 14995


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well said ^^
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№3 Author: alexacrow (21 Jan 2014 19:51) Total user comments: 1161


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wow... :11:
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№4 Author: MeJayBe (23 Jan 2014 03:47) Total user comments: 60


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I lost my mother to the very same thing.

She had surgery within a month of being diagnosed. The first month of her recovery my step father and I went through the arduous task of learning about radiation treatments, chemotherapy, fighting doctors, looking for hospice care and dealing with multiple insurance providers at the same time. By the time she was healthy enough to make her own decisions about her life again, it had grown back.

More surgery and treatments were useless at this point. She died about a month later.

Glioblastoma multiforme is quite literally the worst form of brain cancer you can get. I feel for Amanda, her brother and the rest of her family but I'm happy she was able to really LIVE the days she had remaining.

RIP Amanda and Mom.
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