Abby Lee Miller used social media to educate her fans about her current condition after she was diagnosed with cancer. She also thanked everyone who expressed their support for the health issue.
On Saturday, Miller took Instagram to share a selfie she had taken from her hospital bed. In the photo, the clearly emaciated Lifetime star is seen holding her right hand over her mouth, making her drip very conspicuous to her followers.
The star of the "Dance Moms" expressed in the caption her gratitude to all who showed her support in the difficult time. "So much gratitude and love for those who have listened, those who have looked deeper and those who have stepped in. I wish I could tell you how quickly your life can change in the hands of others," wrote you.
Miller added, "Thanks for [paying hands emoji] and [heart emoji]." She also used hashtags like #iwilldance, #aldcalways, and #dancemoms to convey her passion for dancing, coaching, and her reality show, after all what she is going through.
An insider who is familiar with the matter, Us Weekly said Miller is actually destroyed by her condition but she is doing her best not to show it. "Abby is devastated, strong and trying to make a bold face," the insider said. "She will do it."
Two days earlier, Miller doctor, dr. Hooman M. Melamed, exclusively reveals to people that the reality TV star was diagnosed with a type of cancer called non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. Because it was a preliminary diagnosis, Miller undergoes further testing before being given the most appropriate treatment.
"We're catching an oncologist and we need to figure out what the next steps will look like chemo or radiation or more spinal surgery." Depending on the type of tumor, depending on the sensitivity of the tumor ̵
Miller was recently transferred to a semi-permanent residence after serving her prison sentence for bankruptcy fraud. She was taken to hospital earlier this month for a "non-specific medical complaint." The doctors initially thought she had spinal cord inflammation because she had "nagging neck pain" and weakness in her arm.