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Camille Grammer opens up about cancer battle, says she did it for her kids

Camille Grammer was diagnosed with endometrial cancer late last year. Following the diagnosis, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star underwent a radical hysterectomy to rid herself of the deadly disease. Now cancer free, Camille is speaking out about what kept her positive throughout the ordeal.

Camille Grammer arrives at the NBC Universal TCA 2011 Press Tour All-Star Party at the SLS Hotel on August 1, 2011 in Los Angeles, California.
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"I'm feeling great — I'm feeling much better," Camille revealed to Andy Cohen during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live on March 3.

Then, when Andy asked her what kept her going, she gave all the credit to her two children, Mason and Jude, from her marriage to Kelsey Grammer.

"Thinking about your kids and having a positive attitude, and I kept thinking, 'I have to do this for my children — I have to be there for them,'" she explained.

Making things even more difficult for Camille during the difficult situation was an alleged assault on her by her former boyfriend, Dimitri Charalambopolous.

Just days after her hysterectomy, Dimitri reportedly beat Camille in a Houston hotel room where she was recovering.

On Watch What Happens Live, Camille was asked about the assault, but because of the ongoing litigations, she wasn't able to say much.