Former New York Times executive editor Bill Keller and his wife Emma are accused of bullying a cancer patient in articles penned for two high-profile publications.

Fox News’ Trace Gallagher reported that Lisa Adams, who has stage 4 breast cancer, has been documenting her illness on Twitter and her blog for seven years.

Emma Keller, who also had cancer, has followed Adams’ story. She wrote in the Guardian that Adams is “dying out loud” and that people follow her story like a reality TV show. Keller also wrote, “Will our memories be the ones she wants? What is the appeal of watching someone trying to stay alive? Is this the new way of death?”

In a New York Times op-ed, Bill Keller talks about how his father-in-law chose to forgo cancer treatment and how his death was calm. He seemingly criticized Adams for choosing to fight. “Adams is the standard-bearer for an approach to cancer that honors the warrior, that may raise false hopes, and that, implicitly, seems to peg patients like my father-in-law as failures.”

Adams responded on Twitter:

Emma Keller has since apologized and her article has been taken down from the Guardian website.

Tonight on The Kelly File, the power panel discussed the fallout from the Kellers’ articles. Watch the discussion in the video above.