Mother-of-two, 36, whose headache turned out to be an inoperable brain tumor, died tragically

Mother of two Bec Lancaster-Scully died after doctors told her that an inoperable brain tumor gave her only four weeks to live.

36-year-old sister Sally Kulig placed an emotional tribute to her on Facebook and broke the news with their friends and family on the Gold Coast.

& # 39; Last night you grew your angel wings and flew to the stars, & # 39; she said.

The mother of two Bec Lancaster-Scully died after doctors told her that an inoperable brain tumor gave her only four weeks to live (pictured with her family)

The mother of two Bec Lancaster-Scully died after doctors told her that an inoperable brain tumor gave her only four weeks to live (pictured with her family)

Although the first tumor was successfully removed on January 29, Bec & # 39; s second tumor was quadrupled and caused unbearable pain, swelling and partial blindness

Although the first tumor was successfully removed on January 29, Bec & # 39; s second tumor was quadrupled and caused unbearable pain, swelling and partial blindness

Although the first tumor was successfully removed on January 29, Bec & # 39; s second tumor was quadrupled and caused unbearable pain, swelling and partial blindness

& # 39; I know that Grandma, Pop and Jasper are waiting there for you to arrive. I will always love you, my beautiful sissy. & # 39;

Bec had only visited his local hospital two months ago with complaints about headache when doctors discovered two aggressive brain tumors.

Although the first tumor was successfully removed on January 29, Bec's second tumor had quadrupled, causing unbearable pain, swelling, and partial blindness.

This tumor could not be removed because it was on her brain stem.

Sally had set up a GoFundMe page to raise funds for & # 39; the strongest woman we know & # 39 ;.

Sally had set up a GoFundMe page to raise funds for & # 39; the strongest woman we know & # 39; (see image with her son Kit)

Sally had set up a GoFundMe page to raise funds for & # 39; the strongest woman we know & # 39; (see image with her son Kit)

Sally had set up a GoFundMe page to raise funds for & # 39; the strongest woman we know & # 39; (see image with her son Kit)

& # 39; Just two months ago my sister Bec Lancaster-Scully was a happy and healthy 36-year-old woman who lived on the beautiful Gold Coast with her husband Joel and two beautiful boys Will, five and Kit, one & # 39 ;, Sally wrote.

Otherwise fit and healthy, they enjoyed bike rides, Pilates and playing with her two boys – until a bad migraine sent her to the doctor where she got the fateful news.

& # 39; Since then she has been diagnosed with Grade 4 – primary glioblastoma with a rhabdoid subtype AKA brain cancer, & # 39; Sally wrote then.

& # 39; The average survival time is 12-18 months, while only 25 percent of glioblastoma patients survive for more than one year and only five percent of patients survive for more than five years. & # 39;

Otherwise fit and healthy, she enjoyed bike rides, Pilates and playing with her two boys - until a bad migraine sent her to the doctor where she got the fateful news

Otherwise fit and healthy, she enjoyed bike rides, Pilates and playing with her two boys - until a bad migraine sent her to the doctor where she got the fateful news

Otherwise fit and healthy, she enjoyed bike rides, Pilates and playing with her two boys – until a bad migraine sent her to the doctor where she got the fateful news

& # 39; Since then she has been diagnosed with grade 4 - primary glioblastoma with a rhabdoid subtype AKA brain cancer & # 39 ;, Sally wrote then

& # 39; Since then she has been diagnosed with grade 4 - primary glioblastoma with a rhabdoid subtype AKA brain cancer & # 39 ;, Sally wrote then

& # 39; Since then she has been diagnosed with grade 4 – primary glioblastoma with a rhabdoid subtype AKA brain cancer & # 39 ;, Sally wrote then

& # 39; The average survival time is 12-18 months, while only 25 percent of glioblastoma patients survive for more than one year, and only five percent of patients survive more than five years, & # 39; Sally had written

& # 39; The average survival time is 12-18 months, while only 25 percent of glioblastoma patients survive for more than one year, and only five percent of patients survive more than five years, & # 39; Sally had written

& # 39; The average survival time is 12-18 months, while only 25 percent of glioblastoma patients survive for more than one year, and only five percent of patients survive more than five years, & # 39; Sally had written

The close family of Bec was destroyed by the news, especially after so much sadness and so many & # 39; challenges & # 39; which she and her partner Joel have had to face in the past six years.

& # 39; Their son Will was born in May 2013 with a heart condition that required heart surgery, & # 39; Sally wrote.

What is Glioblastoma?

* Glioblastoma is the most aggressive form of cancer that starts in the brain or spinal cord.

* Glioblastoma can occur at any age, but tends to be more common in older adults. It can cause aggravation of headache, nausea, vomiting and seizures.

* Glioblastoma, also known as glioblastoma multiforme, can be very difficult to treat and a cure is often not possible. Treatments can slow the progression of the cancer and reduce signs and symptoms.

Source: Mayo Clinic

& # 39; He spent seven weeks in the hospital until he was strong enough to undergo the operation.

& # 39; Then, in February 2016, their little boy Jasper was born sleeping 9 1/2 months. Bec and Joel welcomed Kit to the world in October 2017, born after 34 weeks in which Bec and Kit were held in hospital for six weeks. & # 39;

The fundraising page has received nearly $ 200,000 since it started two months ago – and far exceeds the $ 150,000 they were looking for.

The family hoped to use the money to take over the case of Bec to the famous Sydney surgeon Charlie Teo.

& # 39; Bec is the strongest woman we know and if we can make this fight a little easier, we will do what we can for the future of her and her boys & # 39 ;, Sally wrote on the page.

Glioblastoma is the most common type of brain cancer in adults, and it has a 5-year survival rate of 4.6 percent, compared to 25 percent for other brain cancers, according to the Australian Cancer Research Foundation.

It kills around 1,500 Australians.