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Friday, November 6 marks Lamar Odom?s 36th birthday, which is an especially joyous occasion for his loved ones considering they weren?t sure if he would make it to another birthday just a few weeks ago.

To celebrate, Khloe Kardashian has planned a small birthday party for him at Cedars Sinai Medical Center, which will take place in a private room in the hospital.

?It?s something very small and very short but will make him feel amazing,? a source told People. ?Then Khlo? will be with him for the rest of the day.?

The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star arranged for a cake, balloons and party hats to be incorporated into the celebration, which was approved by doctors.

?It?s just a very small group of people because Lamar cannot handle too much stimulus,? the source continued.

Meanwhile, Kardashian will throw two birthday parties on Friday ? with the one for her mom, Kris Jenner, just a bit more extravagant than Odom?s.


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