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When first diagnosed years ago, she did surgery and radiation. No chemo.

Most recently, I believe she was doing an immunotherapy.

She also had several falls and fractures in recent years that she never completely recovered from.
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She was a strong individual. I saw her on WWH live with Andy Cohen and on Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles just recently and she did not appear to be ill or suffering from health issues. She was an optimistic person until the end. RIP.
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Remember her   Seven Dwarfs of Menopause: Itchy, Bitchy, Sleepy, Sweaty, Bloated, Forgetful, and All-Dried Up


She was on it, all right.

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Her "natural" treatments extended her life for 23 years.  Many learned a lot from her research that she published in her books.  Very appreciative for her sharing and her persistence to explore and implement holistic practices.  Sweet flight Suzanne!

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Re: Suzanne Somers has died

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@katie1859 wrote:
I hadn't heard until I came here today.
I liked her jewelry and remember days on HSN.
I'm sorry to hear this news. I'm sorry also she didn't fight cancer at the onset medically, she went holistic measures. Cancer needs the big guns and as controversial that can be because it's harsh, cancer doesn't play to win .
She loved her family and I'm sure they're heartbroken.

It's never a good idea to dismiss things you know nothing about. 

I applaud Suzanne for thinking and doing outside the $$$Big Business$$$ box.

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@katie1859    She fought the disease for 23. years and lived a good life.   I know people who died taking conventional cancer treatments and were sick many of those years.  She had a good run

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I had one of these.


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I enjoyed her on Three's Company and Step By Step. And she certainly reinvented herself with her jewelry line on HSN and her self help books. May she rest in peace. 

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No one should be judged for the path they choose with their health issues.  RIP, Chrissy. 

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OMGosh........Very sorry to hear this.


RIP, Suzanne.


Sending wishes of comfort to her dear, lifelong husband and her family.


As an afterthought, Fran Drescher has a wonderful website featuring, among other important things,  subjects such as toxic 'this and that', etc., etc.


It's worth a look-over.  



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