Suzanne Somers Cause Of Death Revealed

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Suzanne Somers’ family released the cause of death. The television star and best selling author died on Sunday October 15th in her home in Palm Springs, CA at the age of 76.

In 2000, she received a diagnosis of breast cancer, a moment that would change her life and her approach to health. Somers, known for her roles in “Three’s Company” and “Step by Step,” became an outspoken advocate for alternative and holistic cancer treatments.

The family released a statement saying that Mrs. Somers died from breast cancer. About 42,000 women and 500 men die of breast cancer each year.

In addition to her personal battle with breast cancer, Somers went on to write books like “Knockout: Interviews with Doctors Who Are Curing Cancer,” where she interviewed doctors who embraced unconventional cancer treatments. Her advocacy for integrated medicine, which combines conventional and complementary therapies, has been pivotal in sparking conversations about holistic approaches to cancer care.

Book cover of Knockout by Suzzane Somers

Suzanne Somers’ journey with breast cancer not only inspired her own healing but also ignited a wider discussion about the importance of individualized treatment plans and the potential benefits of exploring complementary therapies. Her story continues to provide hope and motivation for those facing breast cancer, showing that there is more than one path to recovery.

Joyce DeWitt, Suzanne Somers’ co-star on ‘Three’s Company’ shared heart-felt comments on Somers passing:

“My heart goes out to Suzanne’s family,” DeWitt, 74, said. “They are a very close family — deeply connected and caring one to the other. I can only imagine how difficult this time is for all of them.”

“I’m sure Suzanne was greeted by Angels into the loving wisdom waiting for all of us on the other side, and I hope that will assist her family’s hearts in healing as they travel through this difficult time.”

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