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Olivia Newton-John Stays ‘Positive’ Amid Cancer Battle

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Olivia Newton-John Stays ‘Positive’ Amid Cancer Battle

Olivia Newton-John Stays ‘Positive’ Amid Cancer Battle

Olivia Newton-John gave an update on her health at the 2019 Industry Dance Awards in Los Angeles.

According to Extra!, the singer and actress has spent a year battling stage 4 breast cancer.

I feel great.

I am positive.

I’m alive!

I think if I hadn’t gone through this experience, I wouldn’t have been able to do the things I do.

Olivia Newton-John Newton-John is battling cancer for the third time.

She says cannabis has been helping her wean off some medications.

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