Grammer, mother of two, "was at elevated risk due to genetic issues and has been diligent about regular check-ups and monitoring which explains the early detection and rapid treatment," her representative said.
"The surgery went very well and she is expected to make a complete recovery following a significant recuperation period."
Grammer thanked the health care professionals who cared for her during and after her surgery, and encouraged "all women to be aware of genetic factors relating to women's cancers and get regular checkups."
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