'That's my dream': Olivia Newton-John lends her support to finding a cure for cancer 25 years after her own battle with the disease...and gets Bindi Irwin to help
More than two decades following her breast cancer diagnosis, singer and actress Olivia Newton-John is optimistic a cure will be found sooner or later.
The 67-year-old Grease star appeared to be in high spirits as she participated in the Olivi Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre's 'Wellness Walk and Research Run' in Melbourne on Sunday, alongside Bindi Irwin.
Appearing on Channel Seven's Weekend Sunrise ahead of the event, she said she was 'grateful' to be healthy after surviving breast cancer back in 1992.
'I'm very grateful that now 25 years later I'm healthy and happy and of course it gave me great passion and desire to help other people going through cancer which led me to lend my name to the Cancer Wellness Centre in Melbourne.
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Olivia Newton John has stepped out in Bundoora, leading some famous friends in a worthy cause - Estelle Griepink. https://t.co/OGzmMnLASp— Melbourne Now (@topMelbourneNow) 11 septembre 2016
- Luke & Michael
On aura pu apercevoir avec un plaisir immense notre couple favori .. venu soutenir ONJ dans sa noble cause !!