Olivia Newton-John is fighting breast cancer again

Jun 02, 2017, 01:52
Olivia Newton-John is fighting breast cancer again

Olivia Newton-John's daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, is opening up about her mother's battle with breast cancer.

Singer Olivia Newton-John is once again battling cancer.

We wish Olivia the best while she undergoes treatment.

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The Physical singer has always maintained her first cancer diagnosis was largely positive because it taught her compassion and led to experiences she would have never had, but she did fear a mastectomy. The 31-year-old, took to Instagram on Wednesday (May 31) to share an update with her followers, revealing that her mother will be using natural healing remedies and modern medicine to beat the disease.

Chloe - who is based in OR with her fiancé James Driskill - went on to explain her desperate need for privacy at this hard time.

Along with natural wellness therapies, the entertainer will be treated with a "short course of photon radiation therapy", according her statement. She explained that the cancer has spread to her sacrum, a bone in her lower back. "At this time, we're a go-forward, and if or when we hear anything different, we'll let everyone know". She has been performing music from her album "LIV ON", which is a personal collection of inspirational songs about overcoming trauma, including her earlier bout with breast cancer and the loss of her sister Rona to brain cancer in 2013. "And other natural healing remedies plus modern medicine to beat this", Lattanzi said of her mother, who is now "resting and going through treatment", a source close to the Grammy victor previously told PEOPLE.

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"Deep down, there was always a tiny nugget of hope inside me that said, 'You'll be OK".

Alongside a throwback photo of her and her mum together, Chloe wrote: "I want to thank all of you for your love and support".

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