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Democrat Texas Rep. Lee discloses PANCREATIC CANCER diagnosis, is seeking conventional toxic medical therapies as treatment
By Ava Grace // Jun 09, 2024

U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee (D-TX) has revealed that she has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and is undergoing treatment for it.

"My doctors have confirmed my diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. I am currently undergoing treatment to battle this disease that impacts tens of thousands of Americans every year," the 74-year-old congresswoman said in a statement.

"I am confident that my doctors have developed the best possible plan to target my specific disease. The road ahead will not be easy, but I stand in faith that God will strengthen me." (Related: Pancreatic cancer rates skyrocket as Covid jabs and boosters send toxic spike protein prions into vital organs, including the pancreas, fueling turbo cancer.)

Lee, who has represented Texas' 18th congressional district for 30 years, added that she will "likely be occasionally absent from Congress." The congresswoman nevertheless emphasized that her office will continue to deliver services that her constituents in the Lone Star State "deserve and expect."

"I am committed to working with our congressional leadership, including [House Minority] Leader Hakeem Jeffries (D-NY) and the [House] Speaker [Mike Johnson (R-LA)] to serve this nation and be present for votes on legislation that is critical for the prosperity and security of the American people. By God's grace, I will be back at full strength soon."

Lee did not provide details on the severity of the cancer or what her treatment would be. According to the Mayo Clinic, pancreatic cancer is not often found in the early stages and tends not to present symptoms until it has advanced.

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Rep. Lee no stranger to cancer recovery

The congresswoman is no stranger to cancer, having been diagnosed with breast cancer in 2011. She underwent treatment for the medical issue – including surgery, chemotherapy and radiation – and managed to make a full recovery.

The following year after being diagnosed, Lee announced that she was cancer-free. Since then, her work in Congress has included securing millions of dollars in increased funding for breast cancer research.

"I look forward to having many more years to enjoy my family, friends and to serve our community and nation. I now intend to be an even more vigorous advocate and supporter for cancer research and improved care," she wrote in a statement after

", I am regretful and hope you will judge me not by something trotted out by a political opponent, that worked to exploit this, and backed by extreme Republican supporters on the very day that polls open but from what I've delivered to Houstonians over my years of public service," the congresswoman wrote in a statement.

Prior to her stint in Congress, the Democrat served as a judge before being elected to an at-large Houston City Council seat in 1989. Lee had represented the 18th congressional district, which includes parts of Houston, for almost three decades.

She unsuccessfully ran for Houston mayor last year, but lost to then-State Sen. John Whitmire, also a Democrat. This year, she faced a primary challenge for her congressional seat – but won that contest easily.

The Texas congresswoman re-introduced the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act of 2024 last month to reduce deaths related to police violence. She explained: "This bill will finally hold law enforcement accountable for misconduct and separate them from the majority of those endowed with the ethic of just and equitable public safety. It will also improve training, practices, and transparency to rebuild."

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