Bruce Jenner has skin cancer removed: report

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Bruce Jenner has been spotted around Hollywood with stitches in the side of his face, and TMZ is reporting that they're the result of a recent skin cancer removal surgery.

Apparently, Jenner saw a doctor after discovering a red mark on the side of his face, which was discovered to be cancerous after a biopsy. The "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" star had the cancer removed on Friday, Jan. 13 at an outpatient facility.

TMZ's source says that Jenner, 62, should be okay because the cancer was caught in time, but he needs to be careful when he goes out in the sun.

Jenner hasn't commented officially, but a "source" confirmed the news to Us Weekly.

The Olympian has spoken out about plastic surgery he's had over the years, but apparently this was a medical procedure and has nothing to do with plastic surgery.
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