As Season 15 of "Top Chef" was airing in 2017, Ali announced she had been diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma.
However, sadly, last October, the Pakistan native confirmed her cancer had returned in her left hip and femur bone, where she revealed her oncologist told she had one year to live, "with or without the new chemotherapy regimen".
In a heartwarming now, Bruce added: 'It's with a heavy heart we say goodbye to Fatima Ali today, as she has lost her battle with cancer. Ali was eliminated in Week 9 of the competition, but was named the Fan Favorite at season's end. "Hearing you talk about your mom with so much love and wishing my kids would speak the same of me one day". Ali acknowledged it had been "ages" since she had posted "and most may have figured out why", she said.
In a letter to her 18-year-old self for CBS This Morning's "Note to Self", Ali advised herself to "enjoy the next 10 years that you have, because you will never get that valuable time back". With the support of her fellow chefs, along with host Padma Lakshmi, who bonded with her particularly on her season, doctors were able to remove the tumor, officially declaring her cancer-free.
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Ever since she died, many fans have commented on her Instagram to commemorate Fati ma's death and offer well wishes to her friends and family.
"My dearest Fatima, this is how I will remember you til my time on earth is done". She was known for her "fun personality and excellent cooking" of food.
Ali hoped to open her own restaurant in NY one day. She aspired to open her own restaurant someday.
The last time Flamm saw Ali was just over a week ago, when he visited his friend in at a Los Angeles hospital so she could meet his newborn son. "I'll try to keep everyone updated the best that I possibly can", she concluded.