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A New Hope! Rob Kardashian 'Getting Help' After Health Crisis

Rob Kardashian Getting Help
Source: AKM-GSI

Jan. 14 2016, Published 10:06 a.m. ET

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Rob Kardashian is finally ready to turn his life around! The Keeping up with the Kardashians star nearly escaped death last month when he was rushed to the hospital and diagnosed with diabetes. But RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that the tough love of his Kardashian sisters has finally encouraged him to take the steps to regain control of his life.

"Rob has his sisters Khloe and Kourtney to thank for their refusal to give up on him," a source close to the family said.

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"Khloe just let Rob have it this weekend and told him that she is not going to allow him to die under her roof, and that he needed to either get it together, or get out."

According to the source, "Kourtney also went over to their house with the kids and the three of them basically had a huge crying session."

As RadarOnline.com previously reported, since his diagnosis in late Dec. 2015, Rob's refusal to stop his unhealthy ways caused great concern with the entire Kardashian clan.

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But this morning, 31-year-old Khloe told Good Morning America that their worries are coming to an end.

"He's taking it seriously," she said. "We're only 13 days into the New Year, but that's good enough for me."

Do you think that Rob Kardashian will stay healthy? Tell us your thoughts below.

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