Camille Grammer began 2014 with the good news that she is officially beaten cancer: "I just finished my chemotherapy and radiation treatment for my cancer, and can happily say, I'm cancer free!"
Camille Grammer is now officially cancer free after going through a gruelling chemotherapy and radiation therapy schedule.
The Former 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' star was receiving treatment for endometrial cancer but now hopes she has beaten the cruel disease.
"I just finished my chemotherapy and radiation treatment for my cancer, and can happily say, I'm cancer free!" she told RadarOnline in an exclusive interview.
The 45 year-old was also quick to thank the support she has received from her co-stars, "There are no traces of endometrial cancer found, and I'm incredibly lucky and blessed. I'm so thankful for the support from the sisterhood of the Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills," she gushed.
Adding, "All of the cast members, current and past, have just been incredible to me."
The diagnosis came only a few months ago this past October (2013), but the disease was still in its early stages and now she can finally put this traumatic experience behind her.
Grammer posted a photo on her twitter of herself with a nurse in front of a bell, the caption read, "I rang the bell at MD Anderson Cancer Center which marks that I have completed my Chemo and Radiation treatments. YAY."
"Thank you and your terrific Doctors and Staff!" she tweeted on Friday (Jan 3rd).
Camille finished off her interview with RadarOnline by stating, "I'm looking forward to 2014. I have a new outlook on life. I had a really, really tough year in 2013, and I just want to move on."
Congratulations to Camille!
Grammer is now cancer free