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Olivia Munn Recalls What 'Guardian Angel' Cancer Doctor Told Her That Ultimately 'Saved' Her 'Life'!

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Olivia Munn is continuing to open up about her cancer battle. As Perezcious readers know, the actress first revealed her scary diagnosis in March, once a lot of the battle had been fought.

She’d already undergone a double mastectomy after learning she had Luminal B breast cancer. She also had a hysterectomy and oophorectomy to surgically remove her uterus and ovaries.

And she underwent a round of egg retrieval in hopes of having one more child with John Mulaney (alongside their 2-year-old son Malcolm).

So much has happened since this diagnosis — and it’s all because of a “guardian angel” doctor who “saved” her life! Related: Nina Dobrev Hospitalized With Scary Injuries After Bicycle Accident!

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