Fox News Elisabeth Hasselbeck Returns to Fox and Friends After Surgery






This AM, after a 5 week hiatus,  Elisabeth Hasslebeck returned to Fox and Friends. Elisabeth got a little choked up and a few times she shed some tears as she discussed her the reason she was gone for 5 weeks.
 
Evidently they had found a tennis ball sized tumor in her abdomen and wanted to get it out right away because of the way it looked. She tearfully explained how she thought of her children as she was wheeled into surgery, not knowing what she was facing.
 
Lucky for Elisabeth, it was not cancer and she got a clean bill of health.
 
Elisabeth appeared in a bright purple dress that was loosely draped in the front. I am sure that she is still healing from her surgery, but she didn't say exactly when she had the surgery done.
 
Elisabeth cried when she saw a video that her kids had made for her. It was a video of her 3 kids dressed up like Steve Doocey, Brian Kilmead and Elisabeth Hasslebeck welcoming her back. She was choked up but told her kids she loved them and told Steve Doocey and Eric Bolling (in for Brian Kilmead) how much she loved them and appreciated all of them.
 
Even though she has a high pitched, Minnnie Mouse voice, Fox Scat is still happy that she is OK and we welcome her back!
 
Below is Elisabeth Hasslebeck's statement:
 
“I had  a tumor in my abdomen. The doctor said, ‘You got to get it out by the end of the month, we don’t like how it looks’,” she explained at the top of today’s show. “I had a scary week when we didn’t know what the result were. But I’m okay…everything came back okay. Surgery’s not fun, but it is necessary to find out if you have something really terrible.”
While the tumor was determined to be not cancerous, she said, “It was a scary week indeed.” And, she thanked “Mr. Ailes and the entire Fox family for treating me like family the entire way.”
“So many people I know have stared down the barrel of that cancer gun, and looked at it when they have gotten bad news. ..and done remarkable things, courageously to fight it,” Hasselbeck told viewers. “So I knew if I got that kind of news I would be in their wings and, by their example, able to fight it. I didn’t get that message from my doctors. I got a clear and clean bill of health and I’m thankful. “
“I’m not a person who thinks that I take a lot for granted, but I certainly don’t take it for granted now.”




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