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Comedian Kathy Griffin Undergoes Surgery To Remove Lung Cancer on Monday. She was very optimistic about her full recovery. According to source, she never smoked cigarettes.
Griffin, the star of “My Life on the D-List,” confirmed in a post that half of her left lung would be removed.
She wrote a full statement on Twitter which reads the following:
I’ve got to tell you guys something.
I have cancer. I’m about to go into
Surgery to have half of my left lung
removed. Yes, I have lung cancer even
though I’ve never smoked! The doctors
are very optimistic as it is stage
one and contained to my left lung.
Hopefully no chemo or radiation after .
this and I should have normal
function with my breathing. I should
be up and running around as usual in
a month or less. It’s been a helluva
4 years, trying to get back to work,
making you guys laugh and
entertaining you, but I’m gonna be
just fine. Of course I am fully
vaccinated for Covid. The
consequences for being unvaccinated
would have been even more serious.
Please stay up to date on your
medical check ups. It’ll save your
life. XX00, KG
In 2017, Griffin appeared to be making a passing allusion to her professional woes when she shared a picture on Twitter that showed her holding a bleeding skull that looked like the one of then-President Donald Trump.
Griffin lost her job as co-host of CNN’s New Year’s Eve programme alongside Anderson Cooper because of the photograph.
Griffin’s friends and admirers flooded her with good wishes after she made the shocking announcement. Mia Farrow, an actor, tweeted: “However, it will be taken out and you will be OK. You are in my thoughts and prayers in the meanwhile, Kathy.”
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, lung cancer is the third most prevalent kind of cancer in the United States. About 10 to 20 percent of lung cancers, or 20,000 to 40,000 lung cancers each year, occur in persons who never smoked or smoked less than 100 cigarettes during their lifetime, according to the CDC.