Olivia Newton-John Says She Battles Nerve Pain & Used Medical Cannabis to Get Off Morphine—New Update on Remarkable Breast Cancer Journey

Published Oct 15, 2020

Olivia Newton-John Says She Battles Nerve Pain & Used Medical Cannabis to Get Off Morphine—New Update on Remarkable Breast Cancer Journey

Actress Olivia Newton-John talks to SurvivorNet about "thriving" through metastatic breast cancer, new updates about her progress, coping with side-effects, and lessons she's learned along the way. She's just launched the Olivia Newton-John Foundation to help others through their cancer journey.

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