“Dance Moms” star Abby Lee Miller is the continuation of the treatment for her battle against Lymphoma. The reality star recently underwent an ’emergency surgery’ as part of the process.
Abby Lee Miller’s health battle continues.
The “Dance Moms” star shared an update with fans on Instagram on Tuesday, showing that they had undergone “emergency surgery.”
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“After another 2 hour MRI this morning, the pros thought I needed one more short emergency surgery!” Miller caption of a photo of her arm in a hospital bed, complete with admission bracelets and an IV port. “Ugh! I am in recovery now and send text messages so everything should be ok, just hiccups in my plans! I’m on a tight schedule, and shooting two projects and I need to get out of here and my life!!!!! Please keep me in your prayers🙏🏻 I am grateful for all the good wishes! #ALDC #aldcla #dancemoms#abbyleemiller #lymphoma@hoomanmelamedmd.”
So much love and gratitude for those who listened,who looked deeper, and those who jumped into action. So much more I wish I could say……about how quickly your life can change in the hands of others. Thanks for 🙏🏻❤️ #abbyleemiller #abbylee #aldc #aldcla #aldcalways #dancemoms #iwilldance
The reality star was the preliminary diagnosis with a To Lymphoma in April, a few days after she underwent emergency back surgery.
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“So much gratitude and love for those who listened, who looked deeper, and those who jumped into action. So much more I wish I could say……about how quickly your life can change in the hands of others,” Miller shared on Instagram after her diagnosis. The dance instructor also recently celebrated her release from the halfway house, where she was serving time for bankruptcy fraud.
To Lymphoma, non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma is a form of cancer that affects the lymphatic system and starts in antibody-producing B-cells, which are part of the immune system. Miller’s orthopaedic spine surgeon, Dr. Hooman Melamed, told ET at the time that “people who are diagnosed with this have a good prognosis.”
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