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December 14, 2011

Giuliana Rancic In Good Spirits Post Surgery

Giuliana Rancic In Good Spirits Post Surgery

Giuliana Rancic who had double mastectomy and reconstructive surgery on Tuesday night for her breast cancer, made it through successfully!

The E! News correspondent recently made the difficult decision to have the surgery but chose to have it before the New Year so she could start off 2012 looking ahead in her life.  Sharing pre-surgery that she feels in the New Year there will be no looking over her shoulder, no worries, she can” start living life." Giuliana’s other half Bill Rancic, who’s been by her side through the whole thing told E! News exclusively post- surgery, "G is doing really well. Her surgery lasted about four hours and the doctors were very pleased with the result." He went on to say she, "had a little bit of pain through the night but is feeling much better this morning and was cracking jokes."  

The 37 year old will take the necessary time to recover over the holidays surrounded by friends and family and her super awesome husband Bill.  Stay strong Giuliana!

 

October 17, 2011

Giuliana Rancic Has Breast Cancer

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Giuliana Rancic has breast cancer.

The TV host and reality show star just announced that she has breast cancer during an appearance on The Today Show. She said that she found out after doctors suggested she get a mamogram during testing for another round of IVF treatment. She and husband Bill Rancic have been trying to have a baby for some time now but that will be put on hold while she starts treatments this week.

Are you surprised Giuliana Rancic has breast cancer? (WENN)

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