Real Housewives of Orange County star Shannon Beador shared a cancer update with her 1.3 million Instagram followers yesterday. With her health update, she also included a strong message for fans. Is the Bravo star alright? What was her strong message for fans? Keep reading for the details.
RHOC: Shannon Beador shares cancer update with fans
Shannon Beador shared a photo of her collar bone with a gauze resting on top of it on Instagram. The RHOC star explained the picture in the caption. Turns out, she had cancer “cut out” of her skin. Turns out, the Bravo star had a scab on her skin that just wasn’t healing. So, she thought it was best to get the scab checked out by a doctor. This is when she learned the scab was actually cancerous and had it removed from her body.
An update on her health and her skin cancer wasn’t the only thing she wanted to say to her fans though. She also had a pretty strong message to send them.
Bravo star sends a strong message to fans
Shannon Beador tells fans her experience has reminded her how important it is to get regular skin checks at the doctor. A small blemish that may seem like nothing could quality turn into something very serious if it is not spotted by a doctor and remedied quickly. After updating her fans on her health, she urged them to make sure they were getting their skin checked by a doctor from time to time.
RHOC fans thank Shannon Beador for ‘spreading awareness’
There was a lot of love in the comments of her post including her update on her cancer and her health. One individual, in particular, took the time to thank Shannon for sharing this information as it was important to raise awareness of skin cancer.
Shannon Beador had some RHOC fans who asked her to expand a bit. Some wanted to know if she could explain what the scab looked like or if there was anything that stood out about it beyond the fact that it just didn’t go away. While Shannon did respond to these requests, she didn’t seem open to sharing a picture of the scab before it was removed. She just doubled down on the fact that it was a scab that never healed.
Many fans thanked her noting they would make an appointment to get some things checked on their skin after seeing her post.
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