Jackie Collins’ last letter to fans: Cancer doesn’t have to be death sentence

Washington D.C., Oct. 8 (ANI): Jackie Collins’s website has revealed her last message for the fans around the world and it has touched our hearts.

Collins, who lost her life to stage 4 breast cancer last month, wrote “early detection can save lives! Get regular mammograms, and/or tell your loved ones too. Low cost or free mammograms are offered through many national programs and community organisations, so do your research,” E!Online reports.

The author said that cancer does not have to be a death sentence, adding that people could live an extraordinary life regardless.

“Whatever your pain or struggle in life, don’t allow it to turn you into a victim. let your battle turn you into someone else’s hero!” she concluded.

Jackie was diagnosed with stage four breast cancer six years ago, but she chose to keep her illness to herself and her three daughters Tracy, Tiffany and Rory.

The famous author passed away at 77 after battling with breast cancer on September 19. (ANI)

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