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Yolanda Foster’s husband updates her current condition (VIDEO)

It’s been a tough battle for Yolanda Foster after she was diagnosed with Lyme disease three years ago, but her husband isn’t giving up hope, even for a second.

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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star’s husband David Foster gave E! News a status update on his wife’s condition last night. After fighting to recover, the reality star relapsed back in early December.

“She’s doing fair,” David revealed. “She’s just trying to work through it. You know, it’s been a tough battle, but she’s a fighter.”

He added, “She’s got big balls. They’re temporarily cut off, but they’ll be back.”

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David isn’t the only one to stand by his family’s side. Yolanda’s model daughters Gigi and Bella Hadid are also supporting her fight.

Throughout her battle with Lyme disease, Yolanda has remained active on social media, consistently updating fans and thanking them for their support.

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“I have lost the ability to read, write or even watch TV, because I can’t process information or any stimulation for that matter. It feels like someone came in and confiscated my brain and tied my hands behind my back to just watch and see life go by without me participating in it,” she wrote on Instagram in January.

Since then, Yolanda has chronicled her journey.

Just yesterday, Yolanda took time to address her fans: “Thanks a Million for riding the wave with me,” she said. “Uncovering the mystery of chronic disease has been the greatest challenge Of my life. Your kindness and compassion during this journey has been a great source of support. I appreciate all your kind comments and check most your medical suggestions that resonate with me. As you know I am determined to find a cure affordable for all and hopefully life will grant me the opportunity to turn this test into testimony. Lyme disease is a global epidemic growing in the shadows so please be aware and educate yourself #OneMillionThankYou’s #OneDayAtATime.”

Check out her husband’s uplifting words below.

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