Kardashian makeup artist Hrush Achemyan reveals ovarian cancer diagnosis

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Celebrity makeup artist Hrush Achemyan, known for her work with the Kardashian/ Jenner family, opened up to followers on Monday about her recent ovarian cancer diagnosis.

“Putting all the Rumors to Rest.
Watch my journey as I battle cancer,” Achemyan, 33, captioned an Instagram photo of her swollen stomach.

“It was extremely hard for me to share this journey with everyone after 2 months of contemplating, I mustered up to courage to post the video.”

In an 18-minute clip posted to her YouTube page, the beauty pro revealed that during a routine pap smear, a mass was found in her left ovary. After five biopsies, she was officially diagnosed with stage 1 ovarian cancer.

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Achemyan then took viewers along for a visit to her gynecologist, Dr. Thais Aliabadi — the same LA OB-GYN who delivered Kylie Jenner’s daughter, Stormi, and Khloé Kardashian’s daughter, True.

“I was in shock and couldn’t even say the word ‘cancer’ out loud,” she said. “I can’t stress enough for you guys to get checked out annually and be tip-top shape because ovarian cancer is a silent and deadly killer. It doesn’t discriminate. When you find out, it’s a little too late, but thank you, lord, for having this amazing doctor in my life.”

Dr. Aliabadi went on to perform a procedure removing the mass, with Achemyan sharing he recovery experience afterward.

“This is the next day of surgery,” she said, showing viewers her midsection. “Look at how much it’s gone down. No more swelling.”

“We have to check in a month if the mass grows back, but for now I am okay.”

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