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Future Women's editor-at-large rocks her first craniotomy selfie.
By Kate Neroni
Jamila Rizvi has posted a smiling post-surgery selfie after undergoing a second operation to remove a brain tumour.
The 32-year-old editor-at-large of Future Women underwent the craniotomy on Saturday but says she is hoping to go home tomorrow.
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View this post on Instagram Rocking my first #craniotomy selfie. The Peter Dutton resemblance is both regrettable and unintentional. Crossing my fingers that I go home tomorrow! ? A post shared by Jamila Rizvi (@jamilarizvi) on Sep 12, 2018 at 3:20pm PDT
Rocking my first #craniotomy selfie. The Peter Dutton resemblance is both regrettable and unintentional. Crossing my fingers that I go home tomorrow! ?
A post shared by Jamila Rizvi (@jamilarizvi) on Sep 12, 2018 at 3:20pm PDT
She has had an outpouring of support on social media from a range of high profile friends including TV star and founder of Beanies for Brain Cancer Carrie Bickmore.
The former political advisor to both the Rudd and Gillard governments has had a meteoric career making the successful transition from politics to the media.
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