Olivia Newton-John Diagnosed With Cancer for 3rd Time

Olivia Newton-John Diagnosed With Cancer for 3rd Time

Olivia Newton-John Diagnosed With Cancer for 3rd Time

Olivia Newton-John was initially diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992.

In August, Newton-John denied that cancellations for her two upcoming speaking appearances in Australia were related to her cancer battle.

She's Australia's sweetheart, and has already beaten cancer twice, but last night Olivia Newton-John revealed she's been diagnosed with the disease for a third time.

The Grease star has undergone radiation therapy for the new tumour at the base of her spine, and says she's also being aided by medical marijuana that her husband of 10 years, John Easterling, grows at the couple's ranch in Santa Barbara, California.

Through the years, the actress has battled with both breast cancer and then cancer in her shoulder.

Unlike the first time, Olivia chose to keep this cancer discovery secret.

Born in England and a longtime resident of Australia now living in California, Newton-John said she's treating the cancer with a combination of medicine and natural remedies, including cannabis oil for pain.

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He committed back-to-back double faults to fall behind 4-1, and he eventually lost on another error. "I've seen her play a lot". She then dropped her racket and held her hands to her face as a Stephens shot went into the net on the match's final point.

"I believe I will win over it", she said.

"The chorus goes, 'On those days that nobody wants to know you and all your dreams keep falling on stony ground, don't stop believing you'll get by, '" she said. Newton-John added, "A lot of people see it as a fight". I see it as part of my mission.

She revealed in May 2017 that she was battling breast cancer that had metastasized to her sacrum. "I just wish her the very best".

"I'm one of millions in this fight. It's hard to say, they help with pain", Olivia said. I have all the animals that I adore.

Newton-John said she chose to keep her second bout of cancer to herself.

The four-time Grammy award victor admitted to moments of despair but said she had "an incredible career" and "nothing to complain about". "I'm treating [the cancer] naturally and doing really well".

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