Olivia Newton-John health claims dismissed

It was back in September when Olivia Newton John revealed she’d been diagnosed with cancer for a third time

It was back in September when Olivia Newton John revealed she’d been diagnosed with cancer for a third time

During an interview with Sunday Night in September 2018, the veteran entertainer admitted she had "moments" when her cancer diagnosis scared her.

Olivia Newton-John's manager has spoken out after rumours swirled that the Australian singer and actress was close to dying.

"You might want to get better sources versus reading tabloids", he added.

However, Newton-John's manager, Michael Caprio, has denied the claims, calling them "hilarious".

Since then, she's reportedly been using cannabis oil to treat her pain alongside conventional medical treatment, with positive results.

"Olivia's bodily functions appear to be shutting down, but she refuses to let go until she makes it through Chloe's wedding day", a source said.

Newton-John said she preferred not to refer to her cancer as a "battle" and was determined to overcome the deadly disease a third time.

Iconic Australian singer Olivia-Newton John was reported to only have "weeks to live" on Wednesday. "A sick rumour", she said. The cancer's further spread to the bones in her back in 2017 forced the cancellation of a North American tour.

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And reports on a number of websites claimed that Olivia, 70, was losing her battle with cancer.

The "Grease" star's manager and niece blasted reports that Newton-John only had weeks to live.

"In California it's legal to grow a certain amount of plants for your own medicinal purposes". But my husband's always there, and he's there to support me. It's hard to say, they help with pain.

Newton-John was diagnosed with breast cancer in June 2017.

Explaining why she chose not to go public with her second diagnosis, Olivia said past year: 'I thought, "It's my life", and I just made a decision to keep it to myself'.

"My dream is that, in Australia soon, it will be available to all the cancer patients and people going through cancer that causes pain". There are moments, I'm human. So if I allow myself to go there, I could easily create that, you know, big fear. She underwent a partial mastectomy and reconstruction as well as nine months of vigorous chemotherapy. The finding came just months after her sister, Rona, died from brain cancer.

Her initial battle inspired her to open the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute, which works to find breakthroughs and treatments.

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