• Olivia Newton-John was diagnosed with cancer for the first time in 1992.
• The disease is back in 2013 and 2017.
• She relied on her family, husband John and daughter Chloe, for help.
In January 2019, actress and singer Olivia Newton-John examined a camera and smiled by recording a very important message for her social media followers.
"The rumors of my death have been greatly exaggerated," said Olivia. She began to laugh, realizing the foolishness of the situation. "I'm doing very well and I wish you the best and healthiest of the 2019s."
Rumors about Olivia's health began to swirl at the end of 2018, the tabloids claiming that Fat star was dying of cancer. Some claimed that she was bedridden and others said she was in organic insufficiency.
In fact, Olivia, now 70, works in both her artistic and philanthropic projects and is the subject of an upcoming film on Lifetime on February 16th. Desperately dedicated to you retraces the career of the star for five years and his many successes, as well as his personal tragedies.
The film describes Olivia's fight against breast cancer and her determination to defeat the disease. Olivia was diagnosed for the first time with breast cancer in 1992, according to Marie Claire. The disease returned in 2013 and Olivia chose not to make a diagnosis. But when she returned in 2017 and metathesis, Olivia had to postpone some of her shows and share information with her fans.
During the treatment, Olivia described the positive attitude that pushed her to continue. "I am now a person. Nobody knows the future, you only know the moment you live, and I am grateful for that moment. I tend not to look back, "she told the Arizona Republic.
Olivia also had a strong support system to help her through this ordeal. She is married since 2008 with John Easterling, lawyer and rainforest business man. She also called on her daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, 33 years old.
Olivia's cancer experience prompted her to open the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Center, a public hospital in Australia. The center opened in 2014 and now has 200 clinical trials in progress.
Last month, the Australian government paid tribute to Olivia for her charitable contributions and gave the highest honor to the citizens.
Olivia did not return home for the ceremony. Rumors circulated that she was too sick to travel. But fans will see Olivia in the coming months. His memories, Do not stop Believin ' goes out in March and plans a book tour.