A resident of the USA, who refused cancer treatment for the birth of healthy twins, died. This was reported on the website GoFundMe, where he launched a campaign to raise funds for the care of the patient.
Reportedly, 32-year-old Daniel dick died 26 April — ten months after the birth of twins. In the fall of 2011 the woman removed a melanoma (skin cancer. — Approx. ed.), after which for five years Daniel was observed by a dermatologist, and recurrence was not. In 2015, she gave birth to their first child. During the second pregnancy Danielle appeared strange symptoms: she was very tired and had trouble talking. On the fifth month, the woman could not pronounce and a separate phrase, after which she was taken to the hospital where it was revealed that Daniel had metastases in the brain and intestine, which are subsequently removed.
Doctors predicted that she would live another five years if will immediately begin radiation therapy, but Daniel refused, because he feared that it may lead to fetal death. Treatment started immediately after birth in July, but the disease had spread much, and ten months later the woman died.
Melanoma is one of the most dangerous malignancies, which is often rapidly progressing and rapidly metastasizes in almost all human organs.