& # 39; It's a very impressive story & # 39 ;: Olivia Newton-John & # 39; s husband John Easterling says the star & # 39; is doing exceptionally well & # 39; while fighting cancer for the third time
In September last year, it was announced that Olivia Newton-John is fighting cancer for the third time.
And appear on Friday Today's show to discuss the benefits of medicinal cannabis in relieving chronic pain, the 70-year-old man said she is doing exceptionally well & # 39;
& # 39; It's a very, very impressive story & # 39 ;, John Easterling said about the recovery of the vet.
Recovery: Olivia Newton-John & # 39; s husband John Easterling revealed on Friday's Today show that the star & # 39; is doing exceptionally well & # 39; while fighting cancer for the third time
& # 39; Olivia is doing exceptionally well. We have just returned from the Bahamas, swimming, boating. It's a very, very, impressive story with Olivia, & the businessman revealed.
John appeared on Today as part of a panel that focuses on breaking the barriers that prevent Australians from gaining access to medicinal cannabis.
& # 39; For her, it really eased pain and when you look at cannabis research you see a wide spectrum of applications across the board, not just with cancer and cancer-related pain, & # 39; John said about Olivia.
& # 39; It really lost the pain & # 39 ;: John, who appears at the Santa Barbara show, said that medicinal cannabis has helped alleviate Olivia's chronic pain
He did, however, state that medicinal cannabis has been a great help to Olivia, but it is not a panacea.
& # 39; Exactly in advance, cannabis is not a panacea, but an extraordinary botanical plant with many benefits, & # 39; said John.
In September last year, it was announced that Olivia is fighting cancer for the third time.
Cancer Fight: In September last year, it was announced that Olivia, 70, is fighting cancer for the third time. Pictured that month
The four-time Grammy winner was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992, undergoes partial breast amputation and reconstruction.
Olivia fought cancer for the second time in 2013, but kept the disease private.
She said The Herald Sun. earlier this month, fighting cancer changed her perception of death.
& # 39; If you have a cancer diagnosis, that changes things. We all know we will die someday. We don't like to think about it, but one day we'll all do that, & Olivia told the newspaper.
& # 39; If you have a cancer diagnosis, it only becomes clearer that it can happen and you become much more aware of the present and that every day is a gift and that's how I live. & # 39;
& # 39; Every day is a gift & # 39 ;: Olivia told The Herald Sun earlier this month that fight cancer has changed her perception of death. Shown in August 2018
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