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Olivia Newton-John - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Olivia Newton-John - Photo By Ros O'Gorman

Olivia Newton-John Reveals She Has Cancer For Third Time

by Paul Cashmere on September 10, 2018

in News

Australian superstar Olivia Newton-John has confirmed she has been diagnosed with cancer for a third time as well as saying she kept the second time private.

Olivia Newton-John gave an extensive interview with Sunday Night. The show also featuring interviews with Olivia’s friends Barry Gibb, Cliff Richard, Pat Carroll, John Farrar and Didi Conn.

She decided to keep the second cancer private. “The first time I talked about it and the second time I thought it wasn’t something I really need to share with people. It’s my life. I just decided to keep it to myself,” she said.

A third cancer tumour was found in her lower back in 2017. “I am one of millions in this journey. A lot of people see it as a fight and that is their prerogative. I see as part of my mission. I am still treating it naturally and doing really well,” she said.

Watch the full Sunday Night interview here:

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