Elisabeth Hasselbeck opens up about cancer scare on 'Fox & Friends'



Elisabeth Hasselbeck Opens Up About Cancer Scare On 'Fox & Friends'
Elisabeth Hasselbeck Opens Up About Cancer Scare On 'Fox & Friends'



Elisabeth Hasselbeck returned to "Fox & Friends" Friday after a month away, and revealed she'd been gone to have a tumor removed. Hasselbeck's doctor told her she had to have the tumor out
by the end of the month. Luckily, it turned out not to be cancerous.

You can see Hasselbeck's entire comeback on Fox's website; she also speaks about the power of leaning on women she knew who had been through cancer.

The reason for her absence had been largely kept under wraps, though it was revealed in mid-October she'd be leaving after having surgery of some kind.

And Thursday morning she tweeted she was grateful to be heading back the next day.
Viewers tweeted their well wishes Friday morning, happy to see her back on the air.

Hasselbeck is one of several female anchors to open up recently about cancer scares and experiences on air, including "Good Morning America"'s Robin Roberts and Amy Robach.



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