Olivia Newton-John embraces husband John Easterling at Cancer Research Institute event in Canberra after revealing he grows marijuana to aid her breast cancer battle
The iconic Australian entertainer is battling cancer for the second time.
And Olivia Newton-John attended a Cancer Research Institute event at Parliament House in Canberra on Tuesday.
Arriving with husband John Easterling by her side, the Grease star beamed as she posed for the cameras.
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.@olivianj says she is 'winning' her cancer battle. She will meet @TurnbullMalcolm today to discuss funding for breast cancer research. pic.twitter.com/sFdH6WnO2G— 7 News Sydney (@7NewsSydney) 12 septembre 2017
Olivia Newton-John to meet PM, ministers
Australian entertainer Olivia Newton-John will take her fight for more cancer research to the nation's leader on Wednesday.
Australian Associated Press
SEPTEMBER 13, 20175:23AM
Olivia Newton-John, who is fighting her second bout of breast cancer, will take her campaign for more cancer research to the nation's leaders.
The singer will meet Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and Opposition Leader Bill Shorten and other ministers to discuss the work of the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute in Melbourne.
"Through research and wellness therapies I believe we can meet that challenge, but we do need governments to support our endeavours," she said in a statement.
Olivia Newton-John Says Her Recent Cancer Diagnosis Left Her Unable to Walk https://t.co/6WUhF4Ubqn— Good Housekeeping (@goodhousemag) 12 septembre 2017