Kimmi: “A Lot Has Happened In Two Weeks” | Love & Marriage: Huntsville | OWN

Kimmi: “a lot has happened in two weeks” | love & marriage: huntsville | own

OWN published this video item, entitled “Kimmi: “A Lot Has Happened In Two Weeks” | Love & Marriage: Huntsville | OWN” – below is their description.

Kimmi speaks about her triple negative test results and the lumps in her lymph nodes, and how tough it’s been to go to various different exams over the course of only two weeks. Tune in to an all new Love & Marriage: Huntsville on Saturday at 8/7c, and catch up on the Watch OWN app: http://bit.ly/2hr1nX2.

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