Celebrity celebrity gossip

Olivia Newton-John Discusses Her Stage 4 Cancer Diagnosis

Olivia Newton-John
Page Six

Olivia Newton-John Updates: Olivia Newton-John, the star of Grease, is battling cancer for the third time, and the singer provided an update on her health during a Wednesday appearance on the Today show.

Newton-John, 73, did not go into too much detail, but she did tell Kotb and Today viewers that she is currently “feeling pretty good,” though she admitted, “I have my days, I have my pains.”

She went on to say that she is using medical marijuana to manage her pain with the help of her husband, John Easterling. “The cannabis that my husband grows for me has been such a huge part of my healing,” she told Kotb, adding that she is “a really lucky person.”

Newton-John was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992, and she had a partial mastectomy, nine months of chemotherapy, and breast reconstruction.

After reversing the disease in 2013, the actress revealed in May 2017 that she had been diagnosed with stage 4 breast cancer that had spread to her bones. Newton-John said at the time, “I decided on my therapy direction after consultation with my doctors, natural.

What Olivia Newton-John Shared?

Olivia Newton-John
The Guardian

Newton-John has been open about her battle in the years since her diagnosis. In an interview with CBS This Morning in September 2019, the actress stated that she does not “Discuss prognosis, because if they give you a percentage…almost it’s as if they’re saying — I think I know what the statistics are… But I’m going to live a lot longer than that. That’s a decision I’ve made.”

Newton-John said she was “doing really well” in a February 2020 update, noting that “at my last MRI, which is an exam. In a July interview with Closer Weekly, she stated that she was feeling “very good” after changing her diet, emphasizing the pain-relieving effects of herbs and cannabis.

Newton-John has remained in the public eye despite her diagnosis.

About the author

Hitesh Kumar

Add Comment

Click here to post a comment

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.