Former Uruguayan beauty queen dies at 26; she had uterine cancer

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Sherika De Armaswho represented Uruguay in the contest Miss World in 2015died at 26 years of age and had been fighting against the cancer.

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According to local media The death of the young woman occurred last week after two years of fighting cervical cancer. Friends and family paid emotional tribute to the brunette beauty queen.

Despite several treatments, the 26-year-old girl did not survive, The disease was diagnosed in 2021.

"Fly high, little sister. Always and forever," her brother, Mayk' De Armas, said on social media.

The actual Miss Uruguay, Carla Romerolamented that De Armas was "too evolved for this world. One of the most beautiful women I have ever met in my life."

De Armas was not among the 30 finalists of the contest Miss World 2015 held in Sanya (China), but she was one of six 18-year-olds who competed.

At that time, a media outlet praised her "beautiful face, tall stature and charismatic personality" while describing her as "one of Uruguay's young promises."

"I always wanted to be a model, whether in beauty, advertising or on the catwalk," she said in an interview with NetUruguay, according to Univision.

"I like everything related to fashion and I believe that, within a beauty pageant, any girl's dream is to have the opportunity to participate in Miss Universe. I am very happy to be able to live this experience full of challenges."

But Sherika not only stood out in beauty pageants, but also in her career as an entrepreneur. and content creator, the Uruguayan had a makeup business that had exceeded 40 thousand followers on Instagram, and also shared audiovisuals related to her travels and lifestyle.

He is also said to dedicate his time to the children's cancer organization FundaciĂłn PĂ©rez Scremini.

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Cervical cancer occurs more frequently in people over 30 years of age, according to Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The disease can be prevented with regular check-ups and the HPV vaccine, according to the agency.

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