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Elizabeth Edwards died of cancer Tuesday at the age of 61. The estranged wife of two-time presidential candidate John Edwards had just the day before announced she was stopping cancer treatment - after learning from doctors that any further treatment would be futile.
Edwards announced she had breast cancer in 2004. By 2007, it had spread to her ribs, hip bones and lungs. In recent days doctors discovered it had also spread to her liver.
Reacting to the news of her death, CNN’s Jessica Yellin and Gloria Borger say Elizabeth Edwards literally redefined the role of a political spouse.
“She often had a message that sort of said, don't be a victim, this happened to me, but it doesn't make me a victim. ... But she was relatable. She would talk about how hard it was to diet on the campaign trail and always struggled with her weight. And the fact that her husband always looked so young and she was aging. It's some of the things that you rarely hear political figures talk about. It's part of what made her well-liked.”
Fox News medical contributor Dr. Mark Siegel explains, the cancer Edwards was fighting was stubborn - and her doctors did all they could.
“There are many, many, many different types of breast cancer but this spread to the liver. You can't tell until you try treating it. If you try treating it and it doesn't respond, after a while things are clearly predicted it will be a bad outcome. They had withdrawn therapy, a very, very, very bad sign, a sign it has spread. It can go to the bone and brain and could be very ugly.”
But reports indicate Edwards died peacefully, surrounded by loved ones. And anchors for Sacramento’s KCRA say -- Edwards did have one request -- regarding the wording of her death.
“Friends say that Elizabeth did not want people to say she lost her battle with cancer, which is something we often say. She said the battle was about living and that she won.”
Politico quotes a statement from Edwards’ family.
“Today we have lost the comfort of Elizabeth's presence, but she remains the heart of this family. ... On behalf of Elizabeth, we want to express our gratitude to the thousands of kindred spirits who moved and inspired her along the way.”
Finally - NBC revisits Edwards’ own words in June -- about her well-publicized split from John Edwards - who had an affair with his campaign videographer.
EDWARDS: “I have three living children for whom this is a father that I want them to - whom I want them to love. And on whom they're going to have to rely perhaps, if my disease takes a bad turn.”
Reporter: “Indeed they were reunited in her final days. Her last statement to the public included this line: ‘I have been sustained throughout my life by three saving graces - my family, my friends and my faith in the power of resilience and hope.’"
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