I am a simple person who lives a complicated life; the irony makes my life interesting. I have a curious mind and I am always ready to be inspired. I like to be more informative and empowering and that's what I really want to bring out from my blog. "Anything and Everything" is the theme of my blog. I will incorporate information and empowerment in any sort of topic.
I was watching TV when this news was featured in a Hollywood showbiz news show. "Guiliana Rancic had a Double Mastectomy". OH MY GOSH!!! I was really really shocked. Why would she have that kind of operation? So I searched the net and read a few articles about her.
For those of you who doesn't know who Guiliana Rancic is, she is Ryan Seacrest's Italian-origin co-host in E-News. Guillana is in her mid-late 30's and is married to an American businessman Bill Rancic. They have a reality show tittled "Guiliana & Bill" in which I learned that they were trying to have a baby for 2 years already. Guiliana is an icon for showbiz news, hosting and fashion.
Guiliana had a breast cancer and underwent Lumpectomy. Unfortunately, the cancer was not fully rid off. Her doctor advised her for a double mastectomy (removal of both breasts). For someone working in Hollywood show business industry where looks is very important, the operation proposal became a nightmare for her. But with the help of her friend who underwent double mastectomy years ago, and with the support of her loving husband Bill, Guiliana bravely faced the challenge.
Last December 6, 2011, Guiliana was spotted interviewing Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt during the premier of In the Land of Blood and Honey. She looked upbeat and energetic doing the thing she's good at.
According to Guiliana Rancic, her breasts look the same as the day before her surgery. Thanks to the new skin and nipple sparing mastectomy techniques, safety, effectivity and aesthetic are all considered in the surgery.
The couple announced that they will hold off on plans to try for a child via In Vitro Fertilization, in order to focus on recovery first.