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‘I got lucky’: Khloe Kardashian reveals she had an ‘incredibly rare’ tumor removed from her face

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Khloe Kardashian had two biopsies, where her doctors claimed the bump was “incredibly rare” for someone her age

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: In a shocking revelation from Khloe Kardashian, the media personality had a tumor removed from her face. Many fans were confused by Khloe’s bandaged face, but now the reason is known. The TV star opened up about her recent skin cancer scare in a series of Instagram Stories. “I’ve seen numerous stories about the ever evolving bandage on my face and some of you have been wondering why I’ve been wearing one for the past few weeks,” she wrote.

“After noticing a small bump on my face and assuming it was something as small as a pimple, I decided to have her biopsied 7 months after noticing she wasn’t moving,” she began. Khloe had undergone two biopsies, during which her doctors claimed the bump was “incredibly rare” for someone her age, according to People magazine.


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The 38-year-old celebrity continued, “A few days later I was told I needed immediate surgery to remove a tumor from my face,” her story continued. “I called no one but Dr. Garth Fisher, a dear family friend and one of the best surgeons in Beverly Hills who I knew would take incredible care of my face.”

“I am grateful to share that Dr. Fischer could get everything – all my edges seem to be clear and now we are in the healing process. So here we are… You’ll continue to see my bandages and if I may, you’ll probably see a scar (and a dent in my cheek from the tumor being removed) but until then I hope you like it, how fabulous I make these face bandages look,” Khloe continued.

According to The Mayo Clinic, “Skin cancer is the abnormal growth of skin cells that typically develops on skin that is exposed to sunlight, namely the sun’s UV rays.”

The ‘Keeping Up with the Kardashians’ star added: “I’m so grateful that we realized this early on. I was lucky and all I have is a scar to tell a story. Most people aren’t as lucky as I am and I am forever grateful and grateful.” According to the Skin Care Foundation, “One in five Americans by the age of 70 will have skin cancer.”

Some of the factors that can put a person at a higher risk of skin cancer include fair skin, birthmarks, prolonged exposure to the sun, and a family history of skin cancer.

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