Camille Grammer has just finished a grueling chemotherapy and radiation treatment for endometrial cancer and is now free from the disease, and the blonde beauty tells RadarOnline.com exclusively she is incredibly grateful for the support from her co-stars on the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
"I just finished my chemotherapy and radiation treatment for my cancer, and can happily say, I'm cancer free! There are no traces of endometrial cancer found, and I'm incredibly lucky and blessed. I'm so thankful for the support from the sisterhood of the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills. All of the cast members, current and past, have just been incredible to me," Grammer told RadarOnline.com in an exclusive interview.
"It was like when I was on RHOBH, there would be drama on the show, but when something happened to one of us off camera, in our personal lives, we all rallied behind each other. It truly is a sisterhood that I'm proud to be a part of, and it helped me tremendously during this scary time."
It’s been a tough recently for the mother of two, after having a radical hysterectomy because of the endometrial cancer diagnosis, Grammer had to obtain a temporary restraining order against her former boyfriend, Dimitri Charalambopoulos.
The Greek hunk allegedly slammed Grammer’s head into hotel furniture in Houston, Texas, after a fight that started when a woman began texting him in the middle of the night. He was subsequently charged with felony assault in Texas.
While Grammer wouldn't discuss the legal drama involving her ex-boyfriend, she went on to say, "I'm looking forward to 2014. I have a new outlook on life. I had a really, really tough year in 2013, and I just want to move on.
"Spending time with my children, family, and friends, that is what matters to me. I would also like to get actively involved with an organization to raise awareness for women's cancers. If I can help someone else facing cancer, I will."