Although her battle against cancer is over, Farrah Fawcett never showed signs of giving up the fight.
According to her physician, Dr. Lawrence Piro, "We did what she wanted to do, which was to fight until it was over. It wasn't until the last days when the organ function was not retrievable that we knew, and she knew, that comfort measures were the main things to be done.”
It was her Catholic faith that helped the 62-year-old through the ordeal. Piro says. "She was very spiritual. Definitely for the last six months she slept with a large rosary in her bed all the time."
A private memorial service for Fawcett is scheduled for Tuesday.