Everyone, we want to send our deepest condolences to the family of ELENA HUELVA, a 20-year-old social media influencer who died recently. Because of EWING SARCOMA, she died. We will look at this condition and what this young celebrity has already done. So she was a Spanish activist and influencer who was born on May 21, 2002, and had Ewing sarcoma. In 2016, she was told she had this condition, and because of it, she became well-known.
And since this disease started to spread, she has had a lot of trouble. To describe her fight against the disease, she made the phrase “Mis ganas ganan” popular. She also wrote a book called “Mis ganas ganan.” No one has promised us tomorrow—live in the present,” she wrote about her experiences and problems. She was said to be unresponsive in the morning of January 4, and she planned to say goodbye to her fans in December 2020. She may have known that her health was getting worse and worse, so she wanted to say goodbye.
She thanked everyone for everything, and she wanted to be a model. So, we look at this disease that affects bones directly and causes swelling, tiredness, and sudden weight loss. She had about a million Instagram followers and posted emotional videos. She had a type of cancer that starts in bones or soft tissues and spreads 25% faster than any other cancer, so she only had four years to live. Not much is known about her family.
These tumors are all very different from each other. African Americans and Europeans both have it. In the United States of America, the chance of getting this disease is 1 in 1,100,000, so it’s a real shame that it caused her death. She put up videos about all kinds of things, and everyone really liked them. She was without a doubt a good person. We’ll be back with more news, but in the meantime, check out our website.
No one knows if she is in a relationship or not, but she is an inspiration and tells us that life is too short to waste, so we should enjoy every moment. We often take things for granted and don’t pay attention to them, but we should really value nature. My last photo showed her in a hospital bed, but she still looked happy. Radiation therapy and stem cell transplants can be used to treat it, but they are very expensive, and only about 70% of people with it will be alive after 5 years.