Age 31 singer Cat Janice, known for her viral video dedicating a song to her son, has passed away due to cancer.

Age 31 singer Cat Janice, known for her viral video dedicating a song to her son, has passed away due to cancer.

A doctor in the area talks about the signs and symptoms of Sarcoma.

A physician from the area talks about the signs one may experience with Sarcoma.

Janice, a singer known for her viral performance of a song dedicated to her son, passed away at the age of 31, according to her family’s announcement on Wednesday.

The artist, known by her real name as Catherine Janice Ipsan, passed away on Wednesday morning with her loved ones by her side, according to a statement shared on her Instagram. The specific cause of her death was not disclosed, however, Ipsan had previously been battling sarcoma, a type of cancer that affects the bones or soft tissues, as per information from Mayo Clinic.

The family expressed their endless gratitude for the overwhelming love shown towards Catherine and their family in recent months. They are comforted by the fact that her music has reached unexpected heights and she can rest in peace knowing it will continue to provide for her son. None of this would have been achievable without the support of everyone.

According to her family, her brother will handle the management of her music from now on and she also has plans to share some additional artwork.

Requested individuals to listen to her track “Dance You Outta My Head” in order for the earnings to benefit her 7-year-old son, Loren. The track was officially released in January and reached the number one spot on Billboard’s chart of the most well-liked songs on TikTok in the United States.

“In a post on Instagram on February 15th, she expressed her disbelief in becoming #1 on the Billboard chart with her art. She also expressed gratitude for this achievement during a difficult time.”

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On January 25, 2024, in Annandale, Virginia, Cat Janice, a singer, was spotted with her 7-year-old son, Loren.

The Washington Post/Getty Images by Jahi Chikwendiu.

This particular type of cancer, known as Sarcoma, occurs when harmful cells develop in the bone or soft tissues of the body. According to Dr. Daniel Lerman, an orthopedic surgeon from Colorado, individuals should be aware of symptoms such as a persistent, pulsing pain that is difficult to describe and resembles a toothache.

“Don’t ignore a persistent, intense, pulsating discomfort. It’s important to have it examined.”

CBS Colorado interviewed Dr. Lerman.

It is important to pay attention to your body’s signals, and to stand up for yourself and your loved ones.

Christopher Brito