Jeanette Lee, who is viewed as a standout amongst other pool players, time, has been determined to have terminal malignancy.
Specialists allegedly found Lee, otherwise called “The Black Widow,” has stage four ovarian malignancy, which has spread into her lymph hubs.
“At this stage, her primary care physicians say she has a couple of months to a year left to live,” as per a GoFundMe page made by her loved ones. “In average Black Widow style, she has pledged to battle the advancement of her sickness as wildly as conceivable with both chemotherapy, which has just started, and a progression of impending medical procedures.”
The page likewise expresses that Lee has three children – Cheyenne (16), Chloe (11) and Savannah (10) – and has been a “single parent throughout the previous quite a long while.”
“Those of us who are nearest to her realize that the most recent ten years or so has not been benevolent to Jeanette,” the GoFundMe page states. “The scoliosis that has tormented Jeanette since adolescence has kept on advancing. Indeed, it has been recommended that the scoliosis concealed the agony from the malignant growth to a limited extent permitting it to advance undetected for such a long time. The expanding impacts of scoliosis has not permitted her to play at the most elevated level throughout recent years and has restricted her capacity to earn enough to pay the rent. “
Lee, 49, was seemingly the most mainstream Billiards major part during the 1990s.
In 1994, Lee won three WPBA Classic Tour occasions, the U.S. Open 9-Ball Championship, and the WPBA Nationals. That prompted her being named Player of the Year from Billiards Digest and Pool and Billiard Magazine.
From 1995-99, Lee won seven more Classic Tour titles and two ESPN titles – the Tournament of Champions and Ultimate Shootout. She won a gold award in 2001, coming in the lead position in the World Games in Japan. She kept on ruling the game during the 2000s, winning WPBA Florida Classic and BCA Open Championship in 2004 just as the International Skins Billiard Championship and the World Team Cup Championship in 2007. She was drafted into the Billiard Congress Hall of Fame in 2013.