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 has opened up about battling cancer for the third time.

The "Grease" star, who will turn 70 on September 26, told Australian show "Sunday Night" about the discovery of her third tumor and the more natural treatment she's using to fight it during a candid interview about her legacy.

Olivia's third cancer diagnosis comes after she was first treated for the disease back in 1992, after finding a lump on her right breast. She beat the disease after months of chemotherapy treatments and a partial mastectomy but revealed in May 2017 that the breast cancer had returned, spreading to her shoulder.

Newton-John called on Australia to adopt the laws of the U.S. state where she lives, California, and allow the medicinal use of marijuana.

"I believe I will win over it", she said. I shouldn't say fight.in this journey. There are moments, I'm human.

"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.

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"I am still treating it naturally and doing really well", she said.

The star has previously spoken about the shock of the diagnosis, which came on the same weekend that her father died from cancer.

The Grease star said that her husband, John Easterling, grows cannabis for her. "I see it as part of my mission maybe". She has undergone radiation treatments and has cut sugar out of her diet. "That's all I've ever done since I was 15, so it's my life". "It's hard to say - they help with pain", Newton-John noted.

"I feel so fortunate to have had the success I've had, and to do the wonderful things I do", she continued.

The four-time Grammy award victor admitted to moments of despair but said she had "an incredible career" and "nothing to complain about".

"The first time I talked about it, and the second time I thought I didn't really need to share this, it's not something I need to share with people", she said.

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