Legendary actress Jane Fonda has been diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma
Jane Fonda is a legendary actress, political activist, and fitness guru. Born on December 21, 1937, in New York City, she is the daughter of Henry Fonda, one of the greatest actors of his generation. Throughout her six-decade career, Jane Fonda has become one of the most recognized and respected figures in the entertainment industry, earning numerous awards and accolades for her acting and activism.
Fonda made her acting debut in the 1960 film, “Tall Story,” and quickly established herself as one of Hollywood’s leading ladies. She went on to star in a string of successful films, including “Barbarella” (1968), “They Shoot Horses, Don’t They?” (1969), and “Klute” (1971), for which she won her first Academy Award for Best Actress. Fonda continued to deliver powerful performances throughout the 1970s and 1980s, starring in hit films such as “The China Syndrome” (1979) and “On Golden Pond” (1981).
Jane Fonda Health Update
Jane Fonda declared that her illness is in remission three months after she revealed she had been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma.
Fonda said in a blog entry titled “Best Birthday Present Ever” that her oncologist had informed her she could “discontinue” the chemotherapy she had been receiving for her illness.
Fonda also looks to be in a nice mood. She recently posed for a picture on Instagram with friends and was beaming the entire time. The seasoned activist was bursting with energy in a recent Instagram post as she listed future events she intended to attend.
Although all cancers are severe, this particular form is not unusual. Non-Hodgkins lymphoma (NHL) is a form of cancer that frequently starts in white blood cells and often affects the lymph nodes.
“I am feeling so blessed, so fortunate,” the blog post from Fonda – who turns 85 on 21 December – also said. “I thank all of you who prayed and sent good thoughts my way. I am confident that it played a role in the good news.”
“It fills me with hope and inspiration and my lymphoma is not going to stop me,” she wrote in the blog post.
When she initially announced her diagnosis, Fonda noted that it’s “a very treatable cancer” and she’d already started a chemotherapy regimen, which will last six months. Fonda added that she’s “very lucky” to be “handling the treatments quite well.” Survival rates vary based on the type of NHL diagnosed, but Fonda did not reveal which type she’s battling.
She added in the post, “I’m so lucky because I have health insurance and access to the best doctors and treatment. I realize, and it’s painful, that I am privileged in this. Almost every family in America has had to deal with cancer at one time or another and far too many don’t have access to the quality health care I am receiving and this is not right.”
But Fonda was firm from the start that her new diagnosis wouldn’t slow her down. “We’re living through the most consequential time in human history because what we do or don’t do right now will determine what kind of future there will be and I will not allow cancer to keep me from doing all I can,” she wrote.
“Cancer is a teacher and I’m paying attention to the lessons it holds for me,” Fonda wrote. “One thing it’s shown me already is the importance of community. Of growing and deepening one’s community so that we are not alone. And cancer, along with my age—almost 85—definitely teaches the importance of adapting to new realities.”
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