He prepares his death from cancer

It's been more than nine years since the actress Shannen Doherty was diagnosed with the first breast cancer.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
02 April 2024 Tuesday 11:19
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He prepares his death from cancer

It's been more than nine years since the actress Shannen Doherty was diagnosed with the first breast cancer. Since then he has wanted to share his experiences in the hope of helping others. In the latest installment of her podcast, Let's be clear ( Let's be clear), the actress has done the same after assuring that what worries her the most is how difficult it will be for her mother if she dies before .

Therefore, the eternal Prue Halliwell of Embrujadas or Brenda Walsh in Beverly Hills prepares "a cleaner and easier transition" for her mother, Rosa Elizabeth Doherty, in case the time comes to take charge of the affairs of the his daughter

“Since it will be very difficult for her, I want other things to be much easier. I don't want him to have to live with too many things. I don't want it to have four warehouses full of furniture", he explained. Doherty is cleaning and selling and giving away all kinds of objects. The profits he generates from the sale of these things will be used to treat himself to a trip with his mother.

"They are just things. I don't need it. They don't give me joy, but what gives me joy is taking my mother to places she has always wanted to go", says the actress.

Doherty was first diagnosed in March 2015, when the breast cancer had already spread to her lymph nodes. After two years, after a mastectomy and cycles of chemotherapy and radiotherapy, she announced that she was recovered in April 2017. But in February 2020 she explained that the cancer had returned and that she was in stage IV. The diagnosis was further aggravated in the summer of last year, when he was told that the cancer had reached the brain.

Because of all these illnesses, Doherty has had a lot of time to think about the farewell and those who would survive. As he explained in another episode of his podcast, he made a list of people he doesn't want to attend the funeral. He did not reveal any names, but this record is in the hands of his friend Chris Cortazzo, the executor of his last wishes and to whom he has also given permission for some of his ashes to be used to create a piece of jewelry.

The actress, who revealed her cremation plans, wants her ashes, apart from those destined for a jewel, to be "mixed with those of the dog and with those of the father".