Camille Grammer Completes Chemotherapy and Radiation Treatment

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The last few months have been quite trying for Camille Grammar, but the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star has definitely found a silver lining in it all.

According to E! News, the reality TV star is getting off to a great start this new year, with something monumental to smile about. She finished her chemotherapy and radiation treatments!

On Friday, Jan. 3, Grammer shared the announcement of her good news via Twitter. She tweeted, "I rang the bell at MD Anderson Cancer Center which marks that I have completed my Chemo and Radiation treatments. YAY."

She also included a picture with her doctor. Grammer's representative Howard Bragman stated that the 45-year-old 'underwent a radical hysterectomy' in October after being diagnosed with endometrial cancer.

The cancer was reportedly in the early stages, so Grammer's doctors have taken great strides to expeditiously treat her condition.

Her doctors even congratulated her on the incredible feat! She responded by thanking them once more.

Her representative also said that Grammer's risks were elevated due to genetics. Grammer even tweeted about her mother's condition, as she too is battling cancer.

On Dec. 31, Grammer shared that her mother was still hospitalized. She also asked for the prayers of fans for her mother. Her tweet said, "Please send a prayer to my mom who is in the the hospital tonight. Her body is weak but her mind is strong. Bless her. Thank you!"

As fans began to tweet prayers and words of encouragement, Grammer replied thanking fans for all of their support.

People Magazine also reports that they spoke with Bragman as well. He touched on Grammer's diligence and progress throughout the lengthy process of undergoing cancer treatments. "She has been diligent about regular checkups and monitoring, which explains the early detection and rapid treatment," said Bragman.

"Ms. Grammer expresses gratitude to all the amazing health care professionals who have taken such loving and nurturing care of her," he added. "She urges all women to be aware of genetic factors relating to women's cancers and get regular checkups."

Image via Twitter | Camille Grammer

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