While Jax Taylor and other SUR-vers were celebrating Vanderpump Rules this weekend in Vegas, SUR bartender Ariana Madix wrote about attending an event I Heart Radio Back home. She posted a picture in front of the crotch and repeated the backdrop, causing a number of fans to respond with concern.
Madix rocked a fancy bodysuit and denim jacket number, but the fans seemed more responsive to a large cut on Madix's collarbone bones. As fans asked questions about her Instagram post, Madix openly discussed the orientation of the scar she had been working on weeks ago.
She talked about skin cancer anxiety in December
. In a New Year's Eve post, Madix made a hit to remove skin cancer. Maddix, who was established in the list of achievements this year and hopes to achieve, wrote, "I had to remove a small cancer from my body and have my lymph nodes biopsied. (Clearly!) "
In the same post, she shot a video about the connected area and said," I'm still waiting for biopsy results ̵
And gave an update to Instagram about her diagnosis
Fans discovered in a recent image a scar on Madix's clavicle and inquired Some did not know she underwent skin cancer surgery, and Madix answered questions on Instagram, and when some fans wondered if the scar was from a port, Madix replied, "No. It's a long skin removal from October. Fortunately, it should heal vertically, but it's about 4 inches long, the other one is Crack Lol in my box. "
But when a trailer asked if she had a mole removed, Madix revealed her diagnosis." Melanoma, not a mole Removing the mole would allow for a 1/4 inch scar. "And added these frightening comments." If you voice a doctor's concerns, be persistent. "They told me that I was fine for years.
Another supporter pointed out that even young people can develop melanoma. "It's great to announce that it was melanoma @ ariana252525. People of their age sometimes forget that skin cancer is not just something older people get, it can happen at any age. This can help encourage others to pursue suspicious jobs. I am glad that you are alright now.
While the risk of rare melanoma increases
The American Cancer Society notes that only 1% of skin cancer cases lead to the diagnosis of melanoma. However, the cases have increased in the last 30 years. About 96,480 melanomas will be diagnosed in 2019, and about 7,230 people might die from melanoma.
Although the mean age of diagnosis is 63 years, melanoma can be diagnosed in adults over 30 years old. Madix is 33 years old. Risk factors include sun exposure, abnormal birthmarks and family history. The treatment often involves an operation that Madix has undergone. She also mentioned that she had a lymph node biopsy that may be part of the treatment to ensure that cancer does not spread.
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