Janice Freeman, Standout Contestant on The Voice, Dies at 33


Janice Freeman, Standout Contestant on The Voice, Dies at 33

Sad news today, as numerous news outlets are reporting that Janice Freeman, a standout performer in 2017 on the highly rated television show The Voice, has died at the age of 33.

Several news sources, including NBC News, report that on Saturday, March 2, Janice Freeman was brought to the hospital, where she died later that evening of an apparent blood clot. These same news reports indicate that the songstress had been battling several health conditions, including Lupus, a risk factor for blood clots.

The National Blood Clot Alliance extends its condolences to Ms. Freeman’s family and friends in light of this tragic loss.

For more information about blood clot risk factors and signs and symptoms, please visit the National Blood Clot Alliance website, or contact NBCA at info@stoptheclot.org.