Last September, the actress, who will turn 85 on December 21, announced that she had a treatable form of non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma and would have to undergo six months of treatment
The early gift for his 85th birthday – which will be on December 21st – was given to him by his oncologist, announcing that the tumor is in remission. AND Jane Fonda he wanted to share the good news with his followers. Last week my oncologist told me the cancer is in remission and that I can stop chemoor. I feel so thankful, so lucky, wrote the Hollywood star in a post by her on her blog entitled The best birthday present ever !.
After the dutiful thanks to all those who have prayed for her and who have sent her positive thoughts, the legendary Barbarella has told something more about these last few months, or since she discovered she had a curable form of non-Hodgkin lymphoma last September and that he had to undergo six months of treatment. I’m especially happy, because the first four rounds of chemo were pretty easy for me and I felt tired for a few days, while the last chemo session was hard and lasted two weeks, making it hard for me to accomplish most things.
Despite the diagnosis, Fonda
he has never let the disease (and treatments) get in the way of his fight against climate change. The effects of the last cycle (of chemo) vanished just when I went to Washington for the first live Fire Drill Fridays gathering – continued the actress who, not surprisingly, chose a photo taken during the demonstration on 2 last December to announce his recovery on Instagram – . In addition to the march, I campaigned and spoke to the Democracy Alliance twice in an effort to stop Senator Joe Manchin’s proposal that activists call the “Dirty Deal.” This deal seeks to speed up fossil fuel projects, severely undermines protections environmental bases and limits people’s ability to contribute by abandoning marginalized communities suffering from fossil fuel pollution.
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