Jane Fonda

Jane Fonda, an Oscar-winning actor, and activist revealed earlier this year that she had been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin lymphoma. On Thursday, she made the announcement that her cancer is in remission and that she is able to stop receiving chemotherapy.

“I feel so fortunate and blessed. I am grateful to everyone who prayed for me and sent me positive thoughts. In a blog post titled “BEST BIRTHDAY PRESENT EVER!!!,” Fonda wrote, “I am confident that it played a role in the good news.” Wednesday is her 85th birthday.)

On her verified Instagram account, Jane Fonda shared a portion of the blog post. She also said that she was “especially happy” because the last chemotherapy treatment wasn’t as easy as the first four.

“The last chemo meeting was harsh and endured fourteen days making it hard to achieve quite a bit of anything,” she composed. However, the “effects wore off” in time for her to attend a climate rally in Washington.

She stated at the time that, in large part due to her privilege of having “health insurance and access to the best doctors and treatments,” she had the best chance of survival.

Fonda has won two Academy Awards for her leading roles in “Klute,” a stylish neo-noir film, and “Coming Home,” a wartime drama. She received five additional actings Oscar nominations, the most recent in 1986. She is also a devoted progressive advocate who became a lightning rod for her anti-war activism during the Vietnam War. She has been focusing a lot on environmentalism and climate change in recent years, urging legislators to take immediate action to save the planet. World News Entertainment

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