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Camille Grammer joins other female celebrities who beat cancer

The New Year is off to a great start for former "Real Housewife of Beverly Hills", Camille Grammar, as she has completed her cancer treatments. According to ABC News on Jan. 6, 2014, Grammer made the happy announcement on Friday via Twitter, along with a picture of herself with with one of her doctors.

Camille Grammer
Camille Grammer
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Camille Grammer

@TheRealCamilleG "I rang the bell at MD Anderson Cancer Center which marks that I have completed my Chemo and Radiation treatments. YAY"

Grammer underwent a radical hysterectomy in Oct. to treat early stage endometrial cancer. According to her rep. Howard Bragman, "she had been diligent about regular check-ups and monitoring, which explains the early detection and rapid treatment."

A month after her surgery, Camille Grammer opened up about her endometrial cancer and radical treatment on The Dr. Oz Show.

Grammer's mom has been battling cancer for several years. Her mom was initially diagnosed with ovarian cancer, which was caught early. She had a hysterectomy and did very well, but was later diagnosed with a form of bladder and kidney cancer.On New Years Eve, Grammer asked for prayers for her mom who was in the hospital through her Twitter account.

Camille Grammer said she would like to get involved with an organization to raise awareness for women's cancers. Other female celebrity cancer survivors such as Olivia Newton-John, Edie Falco, Sharon Osborne, and Christina Applegate are just a few who continue to share their stories to help raise cancer awareness.