World News – GB – Bake-Off star Luis Troyano dies of esophageal cancer

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Posted: 11:27 GMT, 3 November 2020 | Update: 11:54 a.m. GMT, November 3, 2020

Her agent, Anne Kibel, shared the sad news on Twitter on Tuesday as she paid tribute to the 2014 vice president and chief marketing officer, originally from Stockport

Talent: Luis made this incredible pastry when he appeared on the series in 2014, it was a tribute to his hometown, the mining village of Poynton, Stockport

‘A fantastic man with a passion for baking who saw him advance to the GBBO Finals, write a wonderful book, Bake It Great and much more Always on our Minds’

The talented Luis has created an incredible tribute to his hometown, the mining village of Poynton, Stockport, as one of his best pastries

He earned a spot in the show’s finale alongside Richard Burr and Nancy Birtwhistle, and Nancy will win

Love: Luis is survived by his wife Louise who wrote on a Just Giving page: “Your life was a blessing, your memory a treasure, you are loved beyond words and you are missed beyond all measure x « 

« Always in our thoughts » L The sad news was announced on Twitter on Tuesday by Luis’s manager, Anne Kibel

Esophageal cancer is a disease caused by tumors that develop in the food duct between the mouth and the stomach

Cancer is most common in people between the ages of 60 and 70 and affects more men than women

After his stint at Bake-Off Luis made appearances on BBC Good Food and BBC Breakfast He also published a cookbook in 2015 called Bake it Great

Unbelievable: Louise shared this lovely post on a Just Giving page she set up to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support

Esophageal cancer is a disease caused by tumors that develop in the food duct between the mouth and the stomach

Cancer is most common in people between the ages of 60 and 70 and affects more men than women

Esophageal cancer can be difficult to spot because it does not cause symptoms in its early stages and is only noticeable after the tumor has grown in size

Symptoms may include difficulty swallowing, persistent indigestion or heartburn, loss of appetite, weight loss, and chest, chest or back pain

Survival rates are not high for esophageal cancer, with only 12% of people surviving for 10 years after diagnosis

Six in 10 patients die within a year of being diagnosed, according to Cancer Research UK

The exact cause of the disease is not well known, but smoking, excessive alcohol consumption, being overweight or eating poorly increases the risk of contracting the disease.

A Just Giving page has since been set up by his beloved wife Louise to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support

She wrote: « Your life has been a blessing, your memory has been a treasure, you are loved beyond words and missed beyond measure x

‘This page was created for Macmillan Cancer Support but in truth Luis thanked everyone involved in his care’

She added: « In Luis’ own words » Special thanks to Macmillan Cancer Support, East Cheshire Hospice and the NHS, including Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and Stockport NHS Foundation Trust for bringing tried to save my life and their tireless work in trying to eliminate cancer

‘But more importantly, a huge thank you to all the amazing professionals who really did their best for me, showed me absolute compassion, and gave me more time than was apparently possible. sincerely thanks’

According to the Manchester Evening News, Luis lost his father to cancer at the age of 16 and said he wished there had been an establishment like Beechwood as he walked through his own loss

He said at the time: ‘I have lived in Stockport all my life and wanted to support a charity close to my home

‘It feels good to be a patron at Beechwood There was nothing like Beechwood when I lost my dad and it was a tough time

‘My time at The Great British Bake Off has changed my life and I feel honored to support Beechwood’

RIP: A host of other Bake Off stars shared their sadness after the news

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