Brennan Elliott shared a special message on social media for Stomach Cancer Awareness Day on November 30. The Hallmark star’s message was one of prayer for people like his wife who are battling stomach cancer and for all carers who are providing support.
“I am praying for you all,” Elliott wrote
Brennan Elliott has spoken candidly with fans about his wife Cami’s cancer battle. in a (n Instagram post In early April, he announced that Cami had been diagnosed with stage IV metastatic gastric cancer. He shared that his wife had “several bouts of cancer in the past” and described cancer as “a sinister opponent who never plays fair.” But no one is “bolder, stronger, more fearless” than his wife, he said.
He wrote, “As you all know I am a very private person this feels scary and exposing but if there is any hope that her story can help even one person then her cancer experience has not been in vain.”
Throughout the year he has shared with fans about surgeries and treatments she has had and the success she has had battling the disease.
On 11/30 he shared a new post for Stomach Cancer Day.
Brennan wrote: “Dear #stomachcancer, you will lose. Just thought I should let you guys know since today is #magencancerawarenessday. This is for everyone who endures the impossible. And for all #carers who are passengers on this journey, I pray for all of you. #stand firm.”
At the end of the post he then tagged his wife.
Followers, colleagues and friends responded to share their support.
Nikki DeLoach, who stars in a Christmas movie with Brennan on December 10, wrote: “Always With You. ❤️”
Andrew Walker wrote: “Amen brother. ❤️”
Brennan and his family recently enjoyed Thanksgiving together and focused on being thankful for everything they have.
Brennan wrote on Instagram: “Hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday and focusing on all that we are grateful for! I too am very grateful and am enjoying this holiday to stop and enjoy family and friends and to remember all the blessings for which I am grateful. And yes, I’m thankful for that turkey!😂 maybe a little too much!😂”
Cami has “no evidence of cancer,” they announced in early November
in a (n Interview with peopleBrennan revealed that Cami had “no signs of cancer” for the first time in six years.
“For the first time in six years, we found out she’s NED, which stands for ‘no signs of cancer’ – meaning no signs of illness,” he said while attending Hallmark’s Countdown to Christmas event in October .
“She’s a warrior and I’m not saying that just because I’m married to her. I say that because it’s amazing to watch a woman fight,” he told People.
Cami’s Instagram is set to private, but her bio notes: “Tier IV SRCC (currently NED!)”
in a (n Interviewed by People in August, Brennan shared that his wife is fine, but the trip has been very difficult. He has also revealed that Cami fights as hard as she does because of the support of all her followers and friends.
He wrote on Instagram, “Your prayers have been the greatest blessing. I truly believe that without all your support and encouragement she would not be fighting so hard!”
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