Dr. Thais Aliabadi, a Los Angeles based OB-Gyn, who was featured on KUWTK as well as Jenner’s video announcement about Stormi’s birth, shared the frightening diagnosis on September 12, 2018.
“Yesterday I was told I had early stage breast cancer based on my mammogram.... My life turned upside down and the world collapsed around me,” Aliabdi revealed.
The mother of three daughters, who went to UC Berkeley and Georgetown University for medical school, immediately had tests done she explained.
“Today my breast biopsies were all negative (no cancer). Life is so fragile. Hold your loved ones and your children close to your heart and don’t take your health for granted.”
The stunning doctor asked followers to get proper testing. “Don’t gamble with your life. You have one life to live!!! ?,” she wrote.
None of the Kardashians or Jenners liked or commented on the post that received almost 100 comments of well wishes.
Dr. Aliabadi’s famous followers posted heartfelt comments on her page.
“Omg I am SO glad you are ok, and I’m so sorry you had to go through that. I love you so much!” Shahs of Sunset star Lilly Ghalichi wrote and her co-star Asa Soltan also posted the praying hands emoji.
Joyce Bonelli, the fired Kardashian family makeup artists, left a praying hands emoji as did Dr. Ourian, the plastic surgery and skin care specialist go-to doc for the Kardashians.
Celebrity hair colorist Tracey Cunningham wrote: “I’m sooooo happy you were negative.”
The top doc offered advice to followers. “Start annual mammograms at age 40 (I get a baseline on my patients at 35) or 10 years before your first degree relative was diagnosed with breast cancer - If you have dense breasts, ask your doctor to order bilateral breast ultrasounds at the time of your mammogram - If you have a 1st degree relative under the age of 50 with breast cancer or 2 1st degree relatives (at any age) with breast cancer, you need a genetic cancer test. BRCA1/2 testing is not enough,” Dr. Aliabdi wrote.
“You need the full panel genetic testing. - Ask your doctor to calculate your lifetime breast cancer risk. If the number is greater than 20%, you need annual mammograms and breast MRIs starting age 30. - 75% of patients with breast cancer don’t have any family history of breast cancer.”
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