Maryse announces she is tumor-free after undergoing successful surgery

Photo Courtesy: @marysemizanin on Instagram

An update from Maryse. 

Taking to her Instagram page, Maryse shared that following her successful surgery to have her ovaries, uterus, tubes, cervix and omentum removed, she was informed that she is tumor-free. 

Here is her full post: 

As you know, 2 weeks ago I went in to surgery to have my ovaries/uterus/tubes/cervix/omentum removed. I also had staging (removal) of the lymph nodes in my abdomen to see if the disease had spread.
Pathology confirmed that it had not which is amazing news! More amazing news is that I am tumor free! The diagnosis did confirm that I had Primary Peritoneal Serous Borderline Tumors with involvement of ovaries/uterus/tubes!
Just to give you an idea of the rarity – 7 cases per million of women in the US per year! The fact that we not only found this but found this at this manageable stage is unbelievable and literally saved my life as this would have most likely been lethal.
Next, I will continue to rest following my surgery and then will follow up with specialists at MD Anderson in Houston.
I can never say thank you enough to my doctor @drthaisaliabadi and her team! THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU!!!!
I’m overwhelmed by the amount of support I’m getting from family, friends and fans all over the world! To all my women, please keep being your own advocate and trust yourself always! ❤️❤️❤️

Maryse’s significant other The Miz is scheduled to compete at WrestleMania 40 where he’ll be teaming with R-Truth in a six-pack Ladder match for the Undisputed WWE Tag Team Championships.

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