Cameron Mathison Is Back Home after Surgery Surrounded with Flowers and Cards in Sweet Photo

Cameron Mathison gave recently celebrated a successful cancer surgery with an Instagram photo of himself back home with many flowers and "get well soon" cards. 

Cameron Mathison underwent surgery for his kidney cancer, which turned out to be a success. He recently arrived back home and posted an update on social media, showing the many flowers and cards that were in his house. 

"Unbelievably grateful to be back home after a successful partial nephrectomy surgery. It was an eventful 4 days in the hospital, and doing well at home now," he captioned his post. "

He also took the opportunity to thank those who wished him well and prayed for his speedy recovery, as well as those who sent him "flowers, cards, stuffed animals, food," and "love."

Fans of the host took to the comments section to share their kind and positive words, and to continuously pray for his good health. Many comments also shared personal stories to motivate Mathison and fuel his positivity.

Prior to his post, the actor gave an immediate health update after his surgery, revealing that the tumor was removed and that he was able to "keep 80% of my kidney." Mathison remains "optimistic" toward his road to recovery.

Mathison received the news a month ago after having an MRI, which located a tumor on his right kidney, a consistent sign of Renal Cell Carcinoma, better known as kidney cancer. He shared:

"The good news is that it hasn't spread to any other organs. They say my healthy lifestyle and diet has no doubt helped keep it from growing and spreading to other areas, as doctors think it's been growing in me for minimum 10 years."

Hallmark Channel's "Home and Family" host has since received an overwhelming amount of love and support, which has powered him through the past weeks. It is no doubt, his road to recovery will be smooth and easy, given his optimistic views and healthy lifestyle.

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