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Fitness influencer Cheyann Shaw loses ovarian cancer battle aged 27


Cheyann Shaw has died aged 27 after losing her battle with stage four ovarian cancer.

The tragic news was shared on the fitness influencer’s Instagram account on Monday, as her family said she was “called to heaven.”

A long statement was issued in the caption of the post by her family, which accompanied of photo of Cheyann beaming a smile while sat in a field.

The caption began: “With heavy hearts, we are sad to announce that our beautiful girl Cheyann has been called home to heaven.”

Her mother added: “My heart is breaking today, our baby girl lost her long battle with ovarian cancer. She fought until the bitter end. She is a true warrior and survivor.”



Cheyann Shaw’s family have said the fitness influencer was ‘called to heaven’

Cheyann’s mother added: “She is a true warrior and survivor. She will be truly missed and will forever be in my heart.”

The family thanked Cheyann’s fans for their support: “Thank you all for your support and encouragement over the years.

“If there’s one thing Cheyann taught us is that no matter what battles we face, we can always find a reason to smile through them.”



Cheyann Shaw has shown great strength in her battle

The social media star had battled cancer for four years after she was first diagnosed with stage four ovarian cancer in 2016.

After undergoing chemotherapy, Cheyann had a number of operations in which she had her spleen, appendix and uterus removed as well as part of her colon.

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After a year, she announced that she was finally free of cancer but on January 15 last year she revealed the sad news that it had returned.



Cheyann Shaw had beaten cancer the first time

She wrote on Instagram at the time: “This is not the news I wanted to tell y’all…Sadly, there is cancer in 4 of my lymph nodes.

“I actually found out on Monday from my online report that was sent to me but today it was confirmed that there is small activity of cancer.”

She added: “I’ve had cancer in 3 out of the 4 spots before and I beat it; this time is NO DIFFERENT! I will win and I will beat this beast again.”

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