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Yolanda Hadid Shares Photo From Hospital: 'Remission in Sight'

by Jackie Willis 8:49 AM PDT, August 24, 2016
Playing Yolanda Hadid Shares Photo From Hospital: 'Remission in Sight'

Yolanda Hadid is keeping optimistic about her battle with Lyme disease.

On Tuesday, the former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star shared a photo of her and some friends playing cards in what appears to be a hospital room, and insisted that she's on the road to recovery. "I am seeking, I am striving and I am in it to win it with all of my heart," Yolanda wrote, adding the hashtags "#LymeDiseaseAwareness, #TvamSurgery, #LastChapter, #SearchingForACure and #RemissionInSight."

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A few days ago, the 52-year-old model posted a pic while in flight back to Los Angeles from Seattle, Washington, where she met with a doctor about her health. "Home bound with a grateful heart," Yolanda wrote. "Thank you Dr. Klinghardt for bringing me to and shining light on the finishing line of my health journey. #RemissionInSight #Gratitude #Clarity #LymeDisease #Seattle #sophiahealthinstitute."

Gigi and Bella Hadid's mother has been diligent when it comes to educating the public about Lyme disease. This year, Yolanda announced that she's penning a memoir about her diagnosis and also revealed that she was feeling well enough to star modeling again.

In December, Yolanda told ET that she has a "laser focus" and is directing all of her efforts toward teaching "the world a lesson about Lyme disease."

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Both her daughter Bella and son Anwar also have the illness, and Gigi, who does not have Lyme disease, broke down last October talking to ET about the health struggles her family has faced. "I'm the only one in, of my siblings, my mom and my family that hasn't been affected by Lyme disease. It's been really hard for me because I'm the only one that doesn't really understand it," she shared. "What's been hardest for me is just trying to find a way to be their hope and kind of be a strength for them even with the disease that I can't understand fully because I haven't been through it."

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