Elliot Dallen, who inspired many with articles about his cancer, dies aged 31

Dallen died hours after the Guardian published piece that reflected on facing terminal illness

  • At 31, I have just weeks to live. Here’s what I want to pass on | Elliot Dallen
  • Terminal cancer means I won’t see the other side of lockdown | Elliot Dallen

The family of a young man who wrote movingly of coping with terminal cancer against the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic have told of taking comfort from the huge response to his articles, after he died on Monday.

Elliot Dallen, 31, died hours after the Guardian published the second of two articles by him in which he reflected on his life and shared the lessons which he had learned.

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