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Cuomo last week called Lee's recovery a "long road" during an interview with NY1.
He said her spirits are good and predicted "she will be fine." "She is a very up personality and that's been helpful," Cuomo said Friday.
God bless." Lee had been hoping to avoid further operations until her final breast reconstruction, but may not be able to because of "several complications pre- and postsurgery," her team said.
The Daily News reported Wednesday that Lee fears a pre-existing autoimmune disorder known as lupus anticoagulant might be complicating her recovery.
In the interview with Good Morning America, she said she had just finished a photo session for the Most Beautiful issue of People on March 27 when her doctor called to tell her the life-changing news.
"I am a long way from where I was and a long way from where I need to be, but at this point I understand that right now I just need to complete this unexpected phase of a tough journey." Lee, 49, was diagnosed with early stage breast cancer in March and had a double mastectomy May 19.
Her recovery has been rocky and she was rushed to Mount Sinai Hospital last Tuesday night with what was described as an infection.
She went home for the weekend and was treated with heavy doses of antibiotics, but the infection has not cleared up.
She likened the situation in her post Monday night to a tennis match.
While her doctors have talked about the possibility for weeks, Lee in a Facebook post Monday evening, said she and Cuomo decided Tuesday should be the day.
"I did my very best to avoid this (when I tell you I did everything, I mean everything — modern, Eastern and holistic) but infection is an incredible monster," she wrote.