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Sharon Osbourne reveals she had double mastectomy

HollywoodNews.com: Sharon Osbourne has been through a lot with her health as she has previously suffered cancer, and now decided to undergo a double mastectomy to prevent further problems. Osbourne decided to go through with the surgery after finding out she was genetically likely to get breast cancer, states UsMagazine.com. “I’ve[...]

E! News Giuliana Rancic gets through mastectomy

HollywoodNews.com: E! News personality Giuliana Rancic has made it through her mastectomy to deal with breast cancer, and it seems everything has gone well. Her husband, Bill Rancic, has commented that Giuliana is recovering just fine as of now, states RadarOnline.com. “G’s surgery went well & all the dr’s were pleased[...]