Jane Fonda announced that she was in remission, just three months after it was revealed that she was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
In an exhilarating post on her public websiteFonda, 84 years old, shared the good news, titled “BEST BIRTHDAY GIFT EVER!!!”
“Last week, my oncologist said my cancer was in remission and I could stop chemotherapy,” she began. “I feel so lucky, so lucky.”
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The post continued: “I thank you all for your prayers and good thoughts, I believe it plays a role in the good news.
“I’m especially happy because while the first 4 rounds of chemotherapy were pretty easy for me, just a few exhausting days, the last round of chemotherapy was tough and lasted 2 weeks making it hard for me to achieve anything. what,” she added.
The grace and Frankie The actress revealed that the effects of chemotherapy disappeared as soon as she attended the Friday demonstrations of firefighting drills in the US.
Fire Drill Fridays is Fonda’s own grassroots climate change movement that she founded in 2019. This year’s protests are the first to be held in person since the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Fonda has always been known as an activist, she first carried out her activism in the 60s to support the Civil Rights Movement and protest the Vietnam War.
Fonda is known to have been arrested several times in 2019 for her climate activism, and even spent one night in jail for organizing protests at the Capitol in Washington DC.
In the first announcement of her cancer diagnosisFonda assured fans and friends that she was not shaken by the illness.
“This is a very treatable cancer. 80% of people survive, so I feel very lucky,” she wrote.
She also points out the luxuries she can afford thanks to her status and class. “[I am lucky] because I have health insurance and access to the best doctors and treatments.”
“I realized, and painfully, that I was privileged in this,” she added.
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