ESPN Reporter Edward Aschoff’s Death Partly Caused by Aggressive Undiagnosed Stage 4 Cancer

The fiancée of Edward Aschoff, the rising ESPN reporter who died on Christmas Eve and his 34th birthday, has given an update on what caused his sudden passing.

Katy Berteau logged onto Aschoff’s Twitter account on Wednesday (Jan. 15) to share that the results of a lung biopsy after Ashcoff’s death revealed he had stage 4 non-Hodgkin lymphoma.

The aggressive cancer was undiagnosed and contributed to his death.

Berteau shared the replace to assist those that knew him or linked with him via his reporting heal and grieve his surprising loss of life.

“I hope this information helps people in dealing with this tragedy,” she wrote.

“It has helped me knowing that his passing was inevitable, and I’m at least grateful he didn’t have to go through the painful treatment and drawn out process of battling the disease.”

“He wouldn’t have wanted to go out like that. His ass was too vain,” she jokingly added.

Berteau additionally requested that, in lieu of flowers, folks ship donations to the Edward Aschoff Memorial Fund established on the University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communications in his honor.

“He loved mentoring and sharing his advice for up-and-coming journalists and reporters,” she wrote.

In early December, Aschoff was recognized with pneumonia in each lungs. He continued to worsen and medical doctors ran extra checks.

He was then additionally recognized with HLH, a uncommon illness that impacts the immune system and causes white blood cells to assault different cells. It may be inherited or acquired.

The mixture of pneumonia and non-Hodgkin lymphoma could cause HLH.

Aschoff died on Christmas Eve, which was additionally his 34th birthday. He was remembered by followers and his ESPN colleagues on social media.

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