peggy sulahian had an interesting introduction when she joined "The Real Housewives of orange county." When Peggy joined, she had just received a double mastectomy and she was healing from the big surgery. Peggy revealed that her mother had died from breast cancer and she didn't want to go down the same path. When she joined "The Real Housewives of Orange County," she told the viewers that she had the surgery done as a method of prevention. Sulahian also told her co-stars that she was diagnosed with cancer and had the surgery done.

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However, during her conversation with Shannon Beador, Peggy confused her co-star. Shannon didn't realize what Peggy was saying, but she had indeed been diagnosed with abnormal cells and cancer had been present.

Since cancer is such a hot topic in Orange County, Peggy feels that she needs to clarify what she meant about her cancer and the surgery. According to a new Bravo report, Peggy Sulahian is now revealing exactly how things went down to avoid any confusion.

Clarifying the results

Peggy confirms that the BRCA gene testing was indeed negative and that she wasn't saying something that was confusing. She also explains that despite the test being negative, she actually did have cancer.

"Despite being negative on the BRCA gene testing, the biopsy revealed pre cancerous cells within my right breast. Few weeks later, we scheduled a surgery to remove the 25 mm of mass, and sent the mass to the pathologist. In a matter of weeks, I was told that of the 25 mm removed, 3mm of it was already cancer," Peggy Sulahian explains in her blog about her cancer diagnosis.

Of course, Sulahian doesn't know the drama that happened a few years ago with Brooks Ayers, so she may have been wondering why people were so inquisitive about her cancer diagnosis.

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Brooks Ayers repeat?

Tamra Judge, Shannon Beador and Meghan King Edmonds may have been wondering if Peggy was another Brooks Ayers repeat. Some of the ladies questioned whether Peggy had gotten the surgery because she was scared about having cancer, not actually because she had cancer. While it shouldn't really matter, some of the ladies feel they need to learn the truth about people's health because they have been lied to once before. They don't want another Brooks Ayers, as they don't want to go through the same thing again.

What do you think about Peggy Sulahian having to explain her cancer situation? Are you surprised that she's being so open about it?