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Nickelodeon Star Lindsay Felton Is Battling Breast Cancer

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This is so sad to hear! Lindsay Felton, a beloved Nickelodeon star from the early 2000s has announced she’s battling breast cancer.

Earlier this year, the 38-year-old, whom you may remember from the show Caitlin’s Way, took to her Instagram with the difficult news, writing: She went on to explain that she’s “trying to stay positive” and she’s “surrounded” by a very great support team, which is wonderful news.

But it’s still a harrowing journey ahead for her. See the post (below): Since then, the Grind star opened up a GoFundMe to cover her medical expenses, and on Thursday she gave an update about how things are going.

In the video posted to her social media, she said she was receiving surgery: Along with her lumpectomy, which is only going to remove the cancerous part of her breast, she’s getting a boob lift and reduction — which is something she says she’s wanted for years due to back pain.

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