Olivia Newton-John dies at the age of 73

By the turn of the millennium, Newton-John used her work mostly as a defense of cancer research. She also opened the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Center in Melbourne in 2008, the same year she organized a march along the Great Wall of China for cancer awareness.

Newton-John also married businessman John Easterling that same year, and by 2010, she was funding documentaries to raise awareness of breast cancer.

In the years since, Newton-John has kept her diagnosis and treatment a secret, but opened up about it when she was diagnosed again in 2017.

“I’m not going to be one of those stats. I’ll be fine. And I will probably treat this in my life as an ongoing thing” today appear at that time.

Making a series of appearances on everything from cheerful to me RuPaul’s Drag RaceNewton-John didn’t let her cancer diagnosis get the best of her, and instead devoted her life to making life better for other survivors.

In addition to her husband, she is survived by her daughter Chloe Latanzi; Sister Sarah Newton-John; Brother of Toby Newton-John. nieces and nephews of Totti, Fiona and Brett Goldsmith; Emerson, Charlie, Zack, Jeremy, Randall, and Piers Newton-John; Judd Newton-Stoke, Lily Lee; Kira and Cha Edelstein; Wobren and Valerie Hall.

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