On Monday, she posted for the final time on social media, revealing that she had only "days" to live. At the end, even though her body was at its weakest, her voice was at its strongest and most powerful.
Rachel Bland's husband Steve announced the news on the starlet's official Twitter profile this morning.
"Thank you so much for all the support I've received, Debz and Lozz will continue with the #youmebigc podcast".
The Radio 5 Live newsreader and presenter died peacefully at her United Kingdom home on Wednesday morning, just after 3am (BST).
Last month Bland declared she was writing her memoirs which she has left behind for her "beautiful boy" Freddie, just two-years-old.
Friend and colleague Tony Livesey, who worked with Bland on the "5 Live Drive" on Fridays, said: "5 Live's lost one of its brightest spirits".
Rachael was a popular and inspiring journalist.
Before her tragic death, Bland had been sharing every stage of her fearless cancer journey with her fans from day one, giving heartbreaking updates through each of her hospital appointments and treatments. She stated that the memoir is like a love letter to her son.
And Radio 5 Live presenter Anna Foster tweeted: 'Fly high Rachael, we'll never forget you and we'll make sure your incredible work lives on'.
"Like not cutting his hair too short until he really insists, or my wish for him to go to the very best school and university possible, so long as that's what he wants", she wrote earlier this year at HuffPost. Bright, funny, feisty. She allowed us to have a frank conversation about cancer with those closest to us.
"You'll never know how much those messages meant to her and us". She will be hugely missed by her many listeners and by staff across the BBC.
The station broadcast a special tribute to Rachael, playing clips from her podcast along with interviews with her family and friends. "I've spoken to friends who lost their mothers at a young age and they say they would have treasured this kind of information, and I hope Freddie will see it as the ultimate gift of my love, as it is intended". I will get through this for you Freddie.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock added: "So sad to hear Rachael Bland has died".
After discovering the news, Bland made a decision to take inspiration from the late Frank Sinatra and say one final goodbye.
"I hope he will come back to it through his life and it will resonate in different ways at different stages". She has also put together a collection of handwritten notebooks, perfume, and other personal items for Freddie.