American media personality Kim Kardashian had a ‘life-saving’ MRI scan done through the Prenuvo initiative.
Screening can detect many diseases early. Kardashian said she “saved the lives of some of my friends” and described it as “a life saver”.
Prenuvo’s full-body scan claims to detect over 500 abnormalities and diseases.
Recently, the company has become the talk of celebrities willing to invest more than $2,500 in a full-body checkup.
Last Tuesday, the 42-year-old SKIMS creator posted on Instagram wearing a navy blue dress. The image was seen with an MR scanner.
Kim shared post with MRI Scan Machine
Next to the image, he said, “I just had a @prenuvo scan and had to tell you all about this life-saving machine.
The Prenuvo whole body scan can detect cancer and blood vessels in their early stages, even before symptoms appear.” etc. It’s like having an MRI for an hour without radiation.
It just saved the lives of some of my friends, I just had to spread the word. Posts are not advertisements.
Kim’s Mom also took the Scan
Kim Kardashian is not the only person in her family who has had an MRI. Before that, her 67-year-old mother, Kris Jenner, was also diagnosed before her birthday.
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Kris Jenner wants to live life to the fullest, just like her 88-year-old mother, Mary Jo Shannon. Speaking on the Hulu family show The Kardashians, she said: “It’s very important for me to get this scan because it shows me if there is something wrong with my body that I should be worried about.”
Conversation During the hour-long scan, he added: “Yes, being alone for 55 minutes has been a dream come true for me. I don’t remember being alone for 55 minutes since 1978.”
Earlier Kim Kardashian also suffered shoulder injury
Few Kim Kardashians have injured their shoulder alone. a few weeks ago.
Fortunately, she has recovered and is now back in shape with her private trainer, Melissa Alcantara. It’s a testament to Kardashian’s dedication to her own health and her determination to follow a healthy lifestyle despite the challenges.