Olivia Munn Shares Details of Additional Surgery During Cancer Treatment

Olivia Munn is sharing more details about her cancer journey, revealing a recent major surgery she underwent and its impact on her plans to expand her family. In a new interview with Vogue, the actress disclosed that she had a full hysterectomy and oophorectomy to remove her uterus, ovaries, and fallopian tubes after previously having a double mastectomy due to her breast cancer diagnosis in 2023.

The decision to undergo this surgery was not easy for Munn, but she felt it was necessary to be there for her family. She briefly postponed cancer treatment last year to retrieve and freeze her eggs, hoping to have more children with her partner, John Mulaney, with whom she has a 2-year-old son named Malcolm. This was her third time undergoing egg retrieval, and the couple was thrilled to learn that they had two viable embryos from this round.

Munn expressed her excitement at the news, stating that she and Mulaney were overcome with emotion. The actress had previously shared her breast cancer diagnosis and the various surgeries and treatments she underwent to fight the disease. She also discussed the emotional toll of her cancer journey in previous interviews.

Overall, Olivia Munn’s journey through cancer treatment and surgeries showcases her resilience and determination to prioritize her health and family. Her openness about her experiences can inspire others facing similar challenges to stay strong and hopeful.

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