Mother With Rare Cancer Who Lost Her Eye Delivers Healthy Cancer-Free Twins

Dave Andrusko
lifenews.com
2018-01-03

In a whirlwind of medical activity, Jessica Boesmiller had an eye removed just three weeks after a November diagnosis of a rare ocular cancer and then gave birth less than a month later to cancer-free twins—a boy, Mason Dare, and a girl, Piper Marie.

Mrs. Boesmiller, the 37-year-old the Healthy Living Director at the Lake Norman YMCA, delivered her babies days before Christmas, and told the Daily Mail “she and her husband, a North Carolina firefighter, were relieved when tests confirmed the babies’ placentas had not been infected.”

Now the family, which includes two older sons, 7 and 9, is “waiting for the results of a CT scan and MRI to determine if the cancer has spread to other parts of her body,” according to the Daily Mail’s Kayla Brantley

As Brantley explained, ocular melanoma is a rare life-threatening form of cancer, “killing half of those diagnosed, especially when it spreads to the liver.”

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