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I cannot tell you enough how important it is to get your mammograms.” Sandra, who has written more than a dozen best-selling Semi Homemade cookbooks, hopes her story will inspire women to get mammograms so they can catch their breast cancer early.
She has written 27 books, including a novel titled The Recipe Box and a memoir titled Made From Scratch.Sandra was honored on Capitol Hill with the Excellence in Cancer Awareness Award, and in 2016 she received the Spirit of Life Award from City of Hope.“On Saturday, I just stayed in bed all day long,” Lee revealed May 13 in a People video diary (see below).Governor Cuomo picked her up at the hospital late yesterday...We were a little nervous because there were so many photographers and news crews following Sandra as she left the hospital, but we were also touched by the media's concern following Sandra's story."It turns on a dime."PICS: Sandra Lee Shares Photo After Undergoing Double Mastectomy She also urged other women to get screened, despite some organizations recommending that women should only start getting regular mammograms once they turn 50."I'm 48 years old. If I would have waited, I probably wouldn't even be sitting here," she said."They say that there's an incredible amount of women in their 20s and 30s being diagnosed, and they're telling them to wait until they're 50?“We do a lot of baking, and I try to share tidbits that I was taught by my grandmother,” says Lee.After undergoing surgery to treat complications from her May 19 double mastectomy, celebrity chef Sandra Lee is back home.She is known for her charitable work and was the recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service Award and the prestigious Ellis Island Medal of Honor.She is one of three founding board members of UNICEF’s Los Angeles chapter and was recently named a spokesperson for Stand Up To Cancer.