Former ‘RHOBH’ Star Diagnosed With Cancer for the Second Time
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Former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Camille Grammer has been diagnosed with cancer for a second time.
Thank you Dr. Beth karlan for removing those pesky cancer cells. You are Amazing! This is my second cancer diagnoses. Thank God We found it early. (squamous cell carcinoma) *Early detection is key. My cancer was removed and I'm resting at home. Ladies listen to your bodies. If something doesn't seem right go for a checkup. Don't put it off. Annual check ups are important. @cedarssinai @foundationforwomenscancer #cancerwarrior #cancer #cancerawerness
The ex-wife of Kelsey Grammer posted the news to Instagram, sharing a shot of herself wearing a hospital gown and cap at Cedars-Sinai Hospital. She captioned the picture, “Thank you Dr. Beth Karlan for removing these pesky cancer cells. You are amazing! This is my second cancer diagnoses. Thank God We found it early. (squamous cell carcinoma) * early detection is key.”
“My cancer was removed and I’m resting at home,” Camille told fans. “Ladies listen to your bodies. If something doesn’t seem right go for a checkup. Don’t put it off. Annual checkups are important.”
Back in 2013, Camille was diagnosed with endometrial cancer and underwent a complete hysterectomy in 2014.
So proud of my mom who gathered up the strength to come to D.C. To help raise awareness for other women whom have battled and continue to battle the same cancer she had #ovariancancer She is my inspiration! Thank you mom for all of your help and strength fighting cancer for the last 25 plus years.. you give hope to so many that have shared your battle. I love you! And I'm proud of my daughter Mason and all of her efforts to raise awareness and help the foundation at the age of 16!! Cancer not only affects the patients but the their families. 💜 @foundationforwomenscancer @sgo_org
According to The Mayo Clinic, Squamous Cell Carcinoma is a common form of skin cancer that forms in the squamous cells that make up the middle and outer layer of the skin. Although not normally life-threatening, The Mayo Clinic say it can be aggressive in come cases and spread to other parts of the body.