The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star on beating cancer, her fears about it coming back and dating again

By Sheila Cosgrove Baylis
Updated April 30, 2015 03:10 PM
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After her fight with endometrial cancer, Camille Grammer says she is feeling better and better, but she admits to fears of a relapse in the future.

“Every day a little better, a little stronger,” Grammer told PEOPLE. “The cancer I had is called clear cell carcinoma, and it can show up anywhere at any time. There’s always that little fear in the back of my head, it could show up in my colon, my stomach, my brain. I do worry about that.”

“But now, I’m not going to focus on that. I’m just going to think positive and really [about] my kids, so I focus on my children and I love being around them, and I do it all for them,” the former The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star said Wednesday night at the HealthCorps Annual Gala in New York City.

Grammer, 46, who has been cancer-free for over a year, says her children with Kelsey Grammer – Mason, 13, and Jude, 10 – and her work with the Foundation for Women’s Cancers keep her too busy to look for love.

“I have [guy] friends, but I keep it light because I’m not ready. You know, I’ve been really focusing on my children; I’m a single mom, so I’m basically the father and the mother in the situation,” she said.

As for her date to the gala, Grammer walked the red carpet with a friend: “I was saying to my girlfriend, ‘I really don’t have time to date.’ I’m looking forward to it in the future.”

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