Camille Grammer has spent part of this year in chemotherapy and recovering from her diagnosis of endometrial cancer. But now that she is feeling better, the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star is determined to help others fight the disease.
On November 2nd, Camille will be leading Camille's Crusaders, a team of runners who will be participating in the National Race to End Women's Cancer. The team has already raised over $10,000—and the organization as a whole has raised almost $400,000—to help research and eradicate reproductive cancers.
Camille has also revealed that her friend Dayna Varano—who is a breast cancer survivor herself—will be running with her. "My childhood friend Dayna who has been fighting her battle with cancer will be running with me. I'm thrilled that she will be joining me," she said.
Earlier this year, Camille opened up about her tough cancer battle on Watch What Happens Live, crediting "thinking about your kids and having a positive attitude" as helping her to beat the disease. "I kept thinking, 'I have to do this for my children. I have to be there for them,'" she said.
You can donate to Camille's team here.
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