Jane Fonda is determined to win her battle with cancer

She gave fans an update on her health after being diagnosed with lymphoma in September, MSN reported.

In a social media post, she said she was full of "hope and inspiration" and that lymphoma would not stop her.

In September 2022, the actress was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma. A month later, the star gave fans several photos and commented on social networks that the illness did not affect her desire to work.

Jane Fonda declared war on cancer.

“Work fills me with hope and lymphoma won’t stop me,” she wrote.

Although any type of cancer is serious, non-Hodgkin's lymphoma (NHL) is a type of cancer that starts in white blood cells and often affects the lymph nodes, but can be treated in 80% cases.

When she first announced her diagnosis, Fonda noted that it was a "very curable cancer" and said she had already started six months of chemotherapy. Fonda added that she was "very lucky" to be "tolerating the treatment quite well." Survival rates vary depending on the type of lymphoma diagnosed, but Fonda does not disclose the type of disease.

She added in the post: “I am so lucky to have health insurance and access to the best doctors and treatment. I understand that I am privileged. Almost every family in America has been affected by cancer at one time or another, and too many do not have access to the quality care I receive, and that is not fair.”

Fonda said her new diagnosis won't slow her down. "We are in the most important moment in human history because what we do or don't do now will determine what the future will be like, and I won't let cancer stop me from doing my best."

She also noted that she believes cancer is a teacher and that she is attentive to the lessons it offers: “One thing it has already shown me is the importance of community. And cancer and my age—almost 85—certainly teach us the importance of adapting to new realities.”

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Jane Fonda is determined to win her battle with cancer