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Selma Blair Looks Good While Strolling Through L.A. During MS Battle

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By Gary Trock

Selma Blair flashed a smile while making her way through the streets of Los Angeles, and seemed to be showing signs of improvement during her ongoing health battle.

The "Cruel Intentions" star was seen Wednesday walking around town while wearing a black tank top layered with an unbuttoned collared shirt.

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The actress also wore a fun pair of nautical themed pants, and appeared to be in good spirits while making her way out in public.

Blair, who has been seen lately walking with the assistance of a cane, did not need any support and appeared steady on her feet.

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The 47-year-old actress also appeared to be rocking a freshly shaved head, as Blair has embraced her baldness since undergoing chemotherapy treatment for multiple sclerosis.

Most recently, the star poked fun at her situation, and thought her new look was very reminiscent of the Latin musician, Pitbull.

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Blair has been extremely open about her diagnosis and treatment, and has been regularly documenting her journey.

Over the weekend, she made headlines by sharing a photo of herself, bottomless, standing in front of a mirror while wearing a retro sweater and holding a crab-shaped purse over her nether region.

"Portrait of a lady," the star captioned the shot while tagging fashion designer.

The photo was so powerful that many of Blair's celebrity friends commented, including Sarah Hyland, Christina Milian and Sarah Michelle Gellar.

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She revealed her MS diagnosis back in October and a few months back announced that she had undergone chemotherapy.

After finishing up a round of treatment in July, Blair announced to fans, “This has been a process. And will continue to be one. I am immunocompromised for next three months at least. So no kisses please. I wanted to make sure all complications here were my private space. And we got through brilliantly."

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