Former “Dance Moms” star Abby Lee Miller reportedly has a big chance of not getting back in the spotlight after a source told People that she might never walk again.
It had been months since the star began chemotherapy and rehabilitation following her surgery. Despite her struggles during the past few years, she has been staying strong.
Supposedly, Miller will not give up and will not go down without a fight.
An unknown source told People that she has been staying positive in spite of everything. Although, the source added that it has been “tough.”
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The source also said, “She’s getting a little stronger every day, but we don’t know if she’ll ever walk again.”
In addition, another source told the media outlet that Miller recently left rehab to go through more chemotherapy.
“Abby’s tough, and she continues to keep her spirits up as she focuses on her health,” the second source continued.
Doctors initially thought that 51-year-old Miller was suffering from a spinal infection. They decided to perform emergency surgery in April.
At the time, Miller was just released from prison. After a preliminary diagnose was conducted, it was revealed that Miller has non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
It is a type of cancer that forms in the lymphatic system.
Dr. Hooman M. Melamed –an orthopedic spine surgeon at Cedar Sinai Marina Del Rey Hospital and Miller’s doctor – confirmed the diagnosis.
Speaking with People, he said, “If we didn’t do something, she was going to die. Her blood pressure was bottoming out. She was not doing well.”
Recently, Miller has been keeping her fans up to date with her condition and her progress.
She took to Instagram to share a photo of herself in a wheelchair where she proudly told her followers that she was going to the mall for the first time in 13 months.
Although she might have been in good spirits, it’s not always a good day for the star.
She previously asked her fans for prayers after learning she had a 103-degree fever as she is still recovering from her surgery.