Olivia Newton-John is battling cancer again, the Australian singer-actress revealed on Sunday, her third diagnosis in three decades.
The four-time Grammy victor, who will turn 70 on September 26, told Seven Network's Sunday Nightthat doctors found a tumor in her lower back in 2017. A year ago she announced that her breast cancer had returned.
Newton-John released her memoir "Don't Stop Believin'" this week.
"I'm one of millions in this fight...in this journey", she said. "I truly believe it will be like last time and I will go on with my life".
Asked how she's coping, Olivia admitted: "I have my moments, but I'm not going to have my moment here!" "If I allow myself to go there, I could easily create that, you know, big fear".
Olivia told Sunday Night she has made a decision to treat this cancer with "modern" medicines and natural remedies, as well as cutting out sugar completely and taking cannabis oil for the pain.
"My dream is that in Australia soon, it will be available to all cancer patients.or any kind of disease that causes pain".
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After surviving her cancer diagnosis in 1992, Newton-John became a prominent campaigner, setting up the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness research centre in Melbourne.
She revealed in May 2017 that she was battling breast cancer that had metastasized to her sacrum.
Newton-John said that her husband John Easterling had been growing the plant, something she said he could do legally in California, where the couple live.
Newton-John was one of the most successful vocalists of the 1970s, racking up country-pop and soft rock hits like "I Honestly Love You" and "Let Me Be There".
This time she said she had taken a slightly different approach, fighting the disease with a mixture of radiation treatment and a healthier diet - she has lost weight after cutting out sugar completely. I see it as part of my mission. "It's hard to say, they help with pain", Olivia said.
"I'm still treating it, and I'm treating it naturally and doing really well", she shared. I have a wonderful husband.