With heavy hearts, we announce the passing. When you find out who she is, you will cry

Dr. Kimberly Nix, an influential person from Canada, has died three years after being told she had metastatic sarcoma.

People knew Dr. Nix for writing about her battle with cancer on Instagram and TikTok. Her last video, which told people she had died, was posted to her social media accounts on May 8, 2013. 

“I’m done with my trip here, and I want to thank all of you so much!”

They wrote, “You have all made me so happy, and your comments and support are more than enough to get anyone through anything!” “If you’d like to help fund research for sarcoma cancer, please use the link in my bio to do so, and please follow my husband to see his posts.”

The Mayo Clinic says that sarcoma is a broad term for a group of cancers that start in bones and soft tissues like muscle, fat, blood vessels, nerves, and tendons. When the cancer has spread too far from its original location and reached stage 4, it is called metastatic.

Dr. Nix was seen filming a “get ready with me” video while sitting on the floor of her bathroom in her last, nine-minute video.

In the TikTok, she started with, “Hello followers, if you’re seeing this message, I have died peacefully.” “Hi, my name is Kim and I’m sorry you don’t know me. Hello, it’s great to meet you. Feel free to read all of the interesting facts and information about sarcoma, as well as my personal account of death and dying from sarcoma cancer. Since you’re new, you don’t have to go.

“I love you all, thank you so much for this amazing chance,” she said. I have happy tears because you all have given me so much to look forward to at the end of my life.

In the video, Dr. Nix put on her makeup and thought about all the things she had done in her life, like going to see Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour. Nix also made a lot of progress in her education. When she was diagnosed, she was 28 years old and in the third and final year of her internal medicine core residency.

She told the crowd, “I had a beautiful life.” “I’m so proud of it.”

The video got teary around the middle when Dr. Nix thought about how she was leaving her husband, whom she had called the “love of her life.”

It was the most beautiful love, and the only thing that makes me sad about dying is that we didn’t get to grow old together. “That’s the only thing that really matters, so everything else is manageable.”

At the end of the video, she asked her viewers to donate to the Sarcoma Alliance. The website for this charity says that its mission is to “improve the lives of people affected by sarcoma through accurate diagnosis, improved access to care, guidance, education, and support.”

“I can’t thank you all enough for your comments, which were so encouraging and made me feel like I wasn’t alone in this process.” “This community has meant the world to me, and I can’t thank you all enough,” she said at the end of the video.

“TikTok, I will miss you. I love all of you, and thank you so much for this amazing chance. It makes me happy tears to see how much you have helped me find meaning in the end of my life. Thank you so much. “Thank you from the bottom of my heart,” Dr. Nix said.

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