We've been missing Real Housewives of Beverly Hills blonde bombshell Camille Grammer ever since she left the show, and now our heart is breaking for our long lost friend. Just when things seemed to be great in her life, she had the scariest of health scares.
Camille's rep has announced that the former reality TV starlet has undergone surgery for endometrial cancer!
Daryl Hannah, actress and incredible badass, has just opened up about being diagnosed with austism when she was a kid!
She said that as a child, the news brought with it a 'debilitating shyness' and a struggle to quietly manage her symptoms without anyone catching on. We mean, that would be a huge thing for someone who's been in countless movies — like Blade Runner and Wall Street — to reveal, without anyone having known!
We can't imagine how hard it is to live with Parkinson's and how much strength it takes to deal with the situation — especially when it interferes with the biggest love of your life, along with all the little things you might have been taking for granted.
Linda Ronstadt has won 11 Grammys, and she can no longer sing because of her Parkinson's. She's also has to have assistance with daily activities and it's just
When the UK refuses to perform surgery on you due to risk, what do you do? You only have 8 weeks to live because you've been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, which only has a 3.6% survival rate. Seriously, what do you do?
YOU DON'T GIVE UP.
Oh, and you head to Germany to get the surgery done at a private facility! Then, no matter how drastic the operation, you look forward to the rest of your life because it worked!
Dr. Michael Barsby did ALL of that, after initially being told he had eight weeks to live after being diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. His country told him the operation would not be carried out because of the risks involved.
Luckily, his prognosis improved to a 50 per cent chance of surviving a year once he started chemotherapy, and now 11 months on, he is cancer-free after a private operation in Germany — which removed his pancreas, along with his spleen, gall bladder and part of his stomach. Here's what he said:
We'll let that sink in for a moment, because that would be devastating for someone who has made their life all about singing. She's best known for songs You're No Good and When Will I Be Loved, and she just revealed her diagnosis and battle with Parkinson's to AARP.
She was having problems with her voice when she sought the medical advice but now, this is what she said:
We can NOT believe that intolerance like this exists, and this whole story makes us so sad and sick to our stomachs! We can't believe there are people out there willing to assert themselves as such uncaring and unsympathetic human beings!
Here's what happened! We spotted a tweet from adorable musicians Lennon and Maisy (proof of how adorable they are HERE) it said this:
“A close family friend has an autistic boy and this was an anonymous letter slipped under her door. This is real.”