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Diem Brown, a real fighter never quitted from her battle with cancer

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  • Saturday, November 15th, 2014 |
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Diem Brown, a star of the MTV Networks, whose persistence sparkled splendid during her performance on “The Challenge” and exemplified an unparalleled quality amid various kind of fights with cancer ended. She was just 32 and this is completely an enormous misfortune for the media industry, especially for MTV Networks.

In a statement to the reporters, MTV officials said that they felt very sad on hearing the news of Diem Brown. They sent their condolences to Brown’s family and friends stating that she was a real fighter and brought passion to everything she touched. They also stated that they would miss her presence in the field of entertainment and action media.

Viewers were initially acquainted with the Southern local when Diem appeared on “Fresh Meat” in the year 2006. She was experiencing ovarian malignancy and opened up about her daunting struggle to recover. Anyway she found herself able to beat the infection and not long after medicines, including chemotherapy, and also surgery to uproot an ovary, a few lymph hubs and some piece of her fallopian tube, she came back to undertake “The Duel.” The warrior-like contender demonstrated her extraordinary dauntlessness by evacuating her wig before the cameras. Because of the support of her boyfriend Chris “CT” Tamburello, the touching episode is generally viewed as a standout amongst the most significant crossroads in the show’s storied history. She appeared on “The Gauntlet III,” “The Duel 2, “The Ruins” and “Battle of the Exes” from that stage. Although she never took home a top prize, but her physicality and courage were constantly on showcase.

Diem utilized her individual encounters to turn into a patient supporter and established Medgift, a blessing registry site to support anybody experiencing a therapeutic hardship. She additionally facilitated a Mtv.com uncommon in 2012, in which she talked with adolescent malignancy survivors about their battles.

Yet in June 2012, six years into abatement, Diem confronted an alternate obstacle. Hints of the illness had returned again. She authentically opened up about her second fight with malignancy, even boldly reporting her balding and uncovering arrangements to stop her embryos so as to satisfy her fantasy of turning into a mother.

Diem predominated once more, offering her certain forecast in February 2013, and not long in the wake of experiencing chemotherapy, she came back to the “Challenge” circuit on “Rivals II,” where she and her accomplice Aneesa made a decisive last stand in fourth place. Diem confronted her hardest hardship in August, when she was diagnosed with tumour for a third time. In any case through everything, she demonstrated her flexibility and pledged to never surrender till her last days.

She expressed her confidence with saying that people could count her out of the focus, but she was fighting and wanted to be there. Our readers are requested to offer their condolences to Diem’s family and friends in the comments below.

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