Following a cancer diagnosis, "Fleetwood Mac" singer Christine McVie passed away from a massive stroke.

The singer was diagnosed with "metastatic malignancy of unknown primary cause

McVie unfortunately passed away as a result of a "ischaemic stroke." The musician's mortality was attributed in part to cancer.

According to the definition of this particular type of stroke, "a blood clot stops or narrows

In the months before she passed away, McVie was candid about her health issues, mentioning in an interview 

On the idea of a farewell tour with Fleetwood Mac, she told Rolling Stone

The artist also had "atrial fibrillation," often known as AFib, which is "the most prevalent type of treatable heart