Friday, January 17, 2020

Olivia Newton-John

Medical Marijuana User Olivia Newton John Gives Health Update On Second Cancer Fight

During a benefit concert to raise money for the Santa Barbara wildfires, Olivia Newton John gave an update on her well-being since being diagnosed with cancer for a second time last May.

Olivia Newton-John’s Medical Marijuana Update: ‘Life Is Wonderful’

In May of this year, we reported that Olivia Newton-John had been diagnosed with breast cancer for a second time and was using medical marijuana.

Olivia Newton-John Says Marijuana Has Helped Her Battle Cancer

In May of this year, Olivia-Newton John got news that the cancer she beat 24 years ago had returned. This time, in her lower back.

Gossip: Update On Olivia Newton-John’s Cancer Battle; Queen Elizabeth’s Favorite Song Is Gay Anthem

Update on Olivia Newton-John’s cancer battle; Queen Elizabeth’s favorite song is gay anthem.

Cannabis Oil Will Help Olivia Newton-John Battle Breast Cancer

Chloe Lattanzi spoke publicly regarding her mother Olivia Newton-John’s breast cancer return. She thanked fans for their support.

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