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Tiffany Lakosky had everything going for her. She was seeing contuinuing success alongside her husband Lee via their longstanding Outdoor Channel show, “Crush with Lee and Tiffany,” and enjoying life with their son Cameron and brand new baby Raygen.

And then her world fell apart.

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“Earlier this summer, shortly after delivering Raygen, I was diagnosed with carcinosarcoma, a rare but highly treatable cancer of the uterus,” she shared in an Aug. 15 Instagram post. “We tackled it head on and aggressively all summer with chemo, and after my last treatment this Friday I will be cancer free for four weeks. Upon hearing the news, Lee said to me, ‘Tiffany, are you a caribou or an elk?’ I looked at him puzzled. ‘You can hit a caribou in the leg and he will lay down with no will to live (from hunting we have experienced this,) or you can hit an elk perfectly behind the shoulder and double lung him and he will run for miles; they are a strong animal with an amazing will to live. So which are you? A caribou or an elk?’ In an instant, I knew. I said, ‘I am an elk.’ Between God’s glory, family and friends’ unwavering support, we have beat this.”

In case you missed it, please head over to our Facebook page for all of the LIVE details. Earlier this Summer, shortly after delivering Raygen, I was diagnosed with carcinosarcoma, a rare but highly treatable cancer of the uterus. We tackled it head on and aggressively all Summer with chemo, and after my last treatment this Friday I will be cancer free for 4 weeks!!!🙏🤞 Upon hearing the news, Lee said to me: "Tiffany, are you a caribou or an elk? I looked at him puzzled. "You can hit a caribou in the leg and he will lay down with no will to live (from hunting we have experienced this) or you can hit an elk perfectly behind the shoulder and double lung him and he will run for miles; they are a strong animal with an amazing will to live. So which are you? A caribou or an elk?" In an instant, I knew. I said: "I Am An Elk." Between God's glory, family and friend's unwavering support, we have beat this. The good folks at @venor.life have designed these beautiful custom #IAmAnElk leggings (swipe left) with all proceeds going towards cancer research. The link is on our profile to help us #CRUSHCancer! Thank you for being the best fans out there. Be kind to everyone you meet, for you never know who is fighting a hard battle. #IAmAnElk #CRUSHCancer Tiffany

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Indeed, in the following days, Tiffany has continued to share a number of pics of her journey, including images of her last chemo treatment.

Blessed to be CANCER FREE and Ringing the Bell of Life! Thank you to God, our Pastor, our family, friends, fans and partners for your prayers and support. We Love You! #IAmAnElk #ElkStrong #CRUSHCancer (for those of you who missed this news, check out our Facebook LIVE from Monday night!) @mathewsinc @uahunt @wildgameinnovations @wildliferesearchcenter @yeti @flextonegamecalls @ameristephunting #NIKONSportOptics @ragebroadheads @benelli_usa @polarisorv @summitstands @marathonseatcovers @mountaindew @hooymansaws @morrelltargets @thermacellhunt @evolvedbrands @redneckblinds @traditionsfirearms @ultimatewildusa @uticacutleryco @tactacam @moderncarbine @diamondbackcovers @hevishotammo @garminfishhunt @wildear_official @aaearchery @huntstand @spothoggarchery @phoneskope @newhollandag @kinexsystems @dokkensoakridge @bloodsport_arrows @cez_products @vail_products @teamqad @caldwell_shooting_supplies @bwtrailerhitches @highlifter @outdoorchanneltv @sub7studios @venor.life

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Sending prayers to Tiffany!

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Tricia Despres is the contributing editor for Rare Country, based out of Chicago, Illinois. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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