Khloe Kardashian talks about her skin cancer scare as she gets a tumor removed from her face

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Khloe Kardashian recently shocked her fans with her latest update. The Kardashians star took to Instagram and explained her medical situation for the stories revolving around her ‘ever-evolving’ bandage on the face in her recent Instagram post. Khloe talked about how she underwent a skin cancer scare after having noticed an irregular bump on her face.

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Khloe’s revelation

Khloe Kardashian further went on to reveal that she initially brushed off thinking it was a minor zit as she posted a photo of her face’s bump. The reality star further added, “I decided to get it biopsied 7 months after realizing it was not budging.” Khloe revealed that she ended up getting a second biopsy after the doctors referred it to as an incredibly rare thing for someone of her age.

Medical advice

Khloe Kardashian went on to reveal the medical advice she sought for her condition. She revealed how the doctors told her about the need to have an immediate operation to remove the tumor on her face. Here is what she wrote, “I called none other than Dr. Garth Fischer, a dear friend of my families and one of the best surgeons in Beverly Hills who I knew would take incredible care of my face.” The Good American founder revealed that she is currently in the healing process after the doctor was able to remove everything.


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Face bandages

Khloe, who is currently seen in the second season of The Kardashians, revealed that for the time being, she would be seen sporting her face bandages and probably a scar later with an indention on her cheek from where the tumor was removed. She also revealed the reason behind talking openly about her diagnosis and treatment while stating that everyone must get themselves checked frequently. She reflected on her melanoma treatment at the age of 19 years and said, “At 19 years old, I had melanoma on my back and I had a surgery to remove that as well, so I am pre-composed to melanomas. Even those who are not, we should be checking all the time.”