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Angie Everhart Battling Thyroid Cancer

May 14, 2013 (4:58 am) GMT
The former Sports Illustrated model is diagnosed with thyroid cancer and will undergo a surgery on Tuesday, May 14.

Angie Everhart has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer. Everhart's representative confirmed the 43-year-old model and actress' condition on Monday, May 13, and said in a statement, "She wants to set the record straight by letting everyone know that it is true that she has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer, however, the prognosis is very good."

Everhart will undergo surgery on Tuesday, May 14 so she could "be back to work and to mommy duties" in the next few weeks. "The most important reason she is revealing this information is to encourage people to learn about cancer prevention, its signs and treatment immediately," the rep continued.

"Thanks to all my friends that have supported me though this thyroid cancer!" Everhart tweeted on Monday, May 13. "Surgery is tomorrow! Xo"

Thyroid cancer is an uncommon type of cancer. Most people who have it do very well, because the cancer is usually found early and the treatments work well. and the host of "", -Charvet, were among those who underwent surgery for similar type of cancer.

The former Sports Illustration model made her acting debut in 's action-comedy "Last Action Hero". The single mother to 4-year-old Kayden will next be seen appearing alongside in comedy movie "The Wedding Pact".


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