Olivia Newton-John has revealed she is receiving treatment for her third bout of cancer as well as sharing details around a secret second fight that took place six years ago.
Speaking of her "secret" second bout of cancer, Newton-John reveals the diagnosis came about in May 2012 following a vehicle accident involving her niece TottieGoldsmith.
Newton-John says she was told past year she had cancer at the base of her spine, and she's been treating it since by completely cutting sugar out of her diet, as well as with natural remedies and "modern" meds, including cannabis oil as a pain reliever, per the Independent.
Speaking to CNN-affiliate Seven's "Sunday Night", the singer-songwriter said was treating the cancer with "modern" medicines and natural remedies after being told in 2017 she had cancer at the base of her spine.
Olivia was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992, which she overcame.
In 2013, she was diagnosed with cancer in her shoulder after she was involved in a minor vehicle accident.
"It's my life. I just made a decision to keep it to myself", she said.
Sir Barry said: "I'm very, very sad to hear about it (the cancer returning) again, what we all thought she had defeated is still there". "I truly believe it will be like last time and I will go on with my life", she writes in her autobiography. A lot of people see it as a fight and that is their prerogative.
In California, it's legal to grow a certain amount of plants for your own medicinal purposes.
She chose to keep the second cancer private. "I truly believe it will be like last time and I will go on with my life".
"I live in a lovely place, have a wonderful husband, all these animals I adore, I have an incredible career - I have nothing really to complain about".
"She told the show: "'There are other people out there doing much, much worse than me. I have a wonderful husband. "I'm still treating it and I'm treating it naturally", she said on Sunday. I have an incredible career.
The fearless beauty says she doesn't spend any time feeling sorry for herself, and is aware of how lucky she has been in life. I have nothing, really, to complain about'.