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Kim Kardashian gifted a 3D model of her brain

Kim Kardashian gets brain and full body scan to identify health issues
Kim Kardashian (Photo credit: Bang Media)

Kim Kardashian has been given a sculpture of her brain.

“The Kardashians” star – who is studying to become a lawyer – and her family underwent full-body scans with a company called Prenuvo and she has revealed they sent her a 3D model based on the imaging they took inside of her skull.

“So, how cool is this. The Prenuvo people made me a sculpture of my brain. This is like, my actual brain.”  The star shared a video of the brain in a video on Instagram.

“Very cool. Christmas present from @prenuvo.” She also added text onto the clip which read in a second reel, “This is a full video of my brain on a screen and it explains everything about it. … And I’m just so grateful. I think it’s really cool that the Prenuvo team did this, and explains all different parts of your brain. And I have the sculpture.(sic)”

Back in August, Kim – who has four children with ex-husband Kanye West – revealed she had undergone a $2,499 whole-body scan with the company.

“I recently did this @prenuvo scan and had to tell you all about this life-saving machine. The Prenuvo full-body scan has the ability to detect cancer and diseases such as aneurysms in its earliest stages, before symptoms arise” she wrote at the time. “It was like getting an MRI for an hour with no radiation. It has really saved some of my friends lives and I just wanted to share (sic).”

But the post was slammed by fans, who pointed out the high price tag for the scans.

“Kim people can’t afford cancer treatment after diagnosis. How can they afford preventative care?”

“Kim, this is for wealthy people. People can’t afford food right now,” one wrote.

“Maybe donate some of your millions to get people scanned,” a third commented.

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