ANN ARBOR, Mich. - The baby girl born to a mother who gave up cancer treatment to save her has died, the family announced in a Facebook post.
Life Lynn DeKlyen was born on Sept. 6 at 24 weeks in Ann Arbor, Michigan, weighing just 1 pound, 7 ounces. Her family said in a Facebook post they are shattered over the loss.
Life Lynn’s mother, Carrie, was diagnosed with glioblastoma in April but decided to forgo treatment to save her baby. Shortly after delivering Life via cesarean section, doctors took Carrie off life support. Carrie died a few days later. She and her husband, Nick DeKlyen, had six children.
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“Carrie is now rocking her baby girl,” the family wrote in a post on the Cure 4 Carrie page announcing Life Lynn’s passing. “I have no explanation of why this happened, but I do know Jesus loves us, and someday we will know why. The grief we feel is almost unbearable, please be praying for our family.”
The family said Life Lynn will be buried with her mother.
It is with great sadness and a absolutely broken heart that I tell you Life Lynn passed away last night. Carrie is now...Posted by Cure 4 Carrie on Thursday, September 21, 2017
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