Saturday, May 30, 2015

Christina Loren Has Cyst Removed

 Christina Loren, who was let go by NBC Bay Area a few weeks back, underwent surgery at Stanford Hospital to remove a cancerous cyst from her ovary.

Loren said on her Facebook page she's doing ok and "although not smiling", expects a full recovery.

We wish her all the best.

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UPDATE: Results of a biopsy of the cyst should be known this coming Friday.


  1. Smart for her to take up on that annual inspection.

    Wellness toward Ms. Loren with God aside her for support.

  2. Wishing her a speedy recovery, and best of luck in the future.

  3. I wish her the best and want her to recover quickly, but, TMI? Why must we all share our most private moments on "Social" Media?

  4. At first I was going to say this article was delving too far into her private life, then I read that Loren herself posted all the data on Facebook. Posted for anyone in the world to see. I guess some people in her age group (< 35 y/o) have never learned the intrinsic value of privacy. So it's her choice to post every pimple on a digitalized billboard.

  5. Sometimes posting stuff like this about yourself that we would normally consider private causes other people to save their own lives. How many times have we seen stories like this where somebody chose to get a test done because they read about somebody else.

  6. Does she want future employers knowing everything about her? How about future boyfriends or business partners, home loan officers? Christina, my dear, take it from your Uncle Nick, you'll be sorry!

    1. Yup. That's what HIPAA is all about. It protects you from such an invasion of privacy. I wish her all the best of luck in the world, but if you turn that privacy on its head, then you reap what you sow.

  7. After the whole Robin Roberts thing I'm suprised that KNTV didn't want to keep her around to exploit the whole thing.

    You just gotta believe that the conversation took place some time recently.

    Now the poor woman has to squeeze her treatments into the last few weeks of her existing medical coverage.

    I feel nothing but extreme pity for the poor woman.

    Buck up little princess...I will get better for you soon.