Kathie Lee & Hoda: Giuliana Rancic’s Son & Do It For The Girls Day


Kathie Lee & Hoda: Giuliana Rancic Interview

Last year she was diagnosed with breast cancer and what began as one of the worst years of her life turned out to be one of the best. Giuliana Rancic is now the proud mother of Edward Duke Rancic, who was born on August 29 2012, and she joined Kathie Lee and Hoda in the studio to talk about her new son, breast cancer and Do It For The Girls Day.

Giuliana Rancic: Proud Mother

Kathie Lee & Hoda: Giuliana Rancic's Son & Do It For The Girls Day

Giuliana Rancic is the proud mother of Edward Duke Rancic & she joined Kathie Lee & Hoda to talk about her new son, breast cancer & Do It For The Girls Day.


She said her son is probably home right now with Papa Bill and watching right now. Giuliana said he is three weeks old right now, so they can’t travel with him. She said everyone said it would be incredible, but Giuliana said it is beyond words. She said it is a different kind of love and motherhood is the best job in the world and the greatest honor.

Her and Bill Rancic were going through In Vitro Fertilization and found out she had breast cancer, so they had to freeze some eggs and figure out their plan. She had her surgeries and they decided to move ahead with a surrogate because she is on medicine for the next four and a half years. She said she started out by thinking ugh, she is taking a drug every night. Now she is excited and thinking she is taking a drug that could save her life and she thinks that changes things a little bit.

Giuliana Rancic: Breast Cancer

Giuliana is working to get young women in the know about breast cancer. She said if you find it early, you have a 98% survival rate. She said that is huge. She said when she heard of her breast cancer diagnosis, she immediately thought death sentence and she is going to die, but if you find it early you can survive.


Giuliana Rancic: Do It For The Girls Day

September 20 2012 is Do It For The Girls Day and they are rallying girls everywhere to give themselves a self-examination and it takes 30 seconds and it could save your lives. She said to talk to your doctor and see the steps you need to take for early detection.


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