Olivia Newton-John (73) Fighter: The Australian actress, who became world famous in the 1978 musical classic “Grease” alongside John Travolta (67), has been diagnosed with breast cancer multiple times. I got sick for the first time in the early ’90s and the second time in 2013. In 2017, Newton-John announced to the public that her breast cancer had come back for the third time. Since then she has been battling an incurable cancer.
The life expectancy of a movie icon is short, but she won’t let that frustrate her. You’re trying to suppress this fact, Newton-John said in an emotional interview on the American show “Today”: “To be honest, I don’t think about it much. Denial is a really good thing and I keep getting stronger and better!”
Hemp Newton-John helps relieve pain
It works “well,” Newton-John said: “I have my days, I have pain, but the cannabis that my husband grows helps me a lot and that’s why I’m a really happy person.”
The interview with Grease star “Today” presenter Hoda Kotb, 57, was brought to tears – she was already suffering from breast cancer. Newton-John then addressed warm words to her interviewer and all the people affected by the disease: “We are sisters. Anyone who has taken this journey with cancer has its unknown destinations, its surprises and its ups and downs.” (pools)
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