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The singer revealed Thursday on Instagram she had a kidney transplant and has been recovering for a few months.
Selena Gomez has laid low for the past several months, and for good reason — she's recovering from a kidney transplant.
The singer revealed Thursday on Instagram she had the transplant this summer for her lupus treatment.
She said the donor was her "beautiful friend," actress Francia Raisa.
Gomez first revealed her lupus diagnosis in 2015. She's had treatments to fight the disease, including chemotherapy.
Lupus is a chronic illness; the immune system attacks healthy tissue, causing inflammation and damage.
According to the Lupus Research Alliance, the disease can affect major organs like the skin, brain, joints and kidneys.
There currently isn't a cure.
But treating patients with certain drugs and chemotherapy can help control the disease.
Gomez isn't alone in her battle against lupus. An estimated 1.5 million Americans also suffer from the disease.
And among those are several other celebrities — including Nick Cannon, Toni Braxton and Seal.
This case centers around a fight that occurred in the back seat of a car between Majors and his then-girlfriend, Grace Jabbari.
The "Beverly Hills, 90210" star said she is "not done with living" and still wants to have a positive impact on the world.
It’s not clear when he will return to his media company — which said Combs previously had “no operational or day-to-day role” at the network.
While the war between Israel and Hamas has taken over headlines in recent weeks, viewers say they also still want updates on the Russia-Ukraine war.
There has been an uptick in respiratory illnesses in China, and although the illnesses aren't new viruses, several senators want to restrict travel.
In 2022, investigators found four different sets of remains at the lake, three of which have been identified.