La morte dell’attrice Dame Olivia Newton-John è stata uno shock per molti dei suoi fan nell’agosto 2022. Ora, sembra che la figlia della star di “Grease”, Chloe Rose Lattanzi, si stia assicurando che l’eredità della sua defunta madre sopravviva. Durante la sua vita, Newton-John ha reso pubblica la sua prima diagnosi di cancro al seno, avvenuta nel 1992 (per Persone). Sulla sua pagina Facebook nel 2017, Newton-John ha informato i fan che il suo cancro al seno era tornato e aveva metastatizzato, diffondendosi all’osso sacro. La cantante di “Hopelessly Devoted to You” alla fine è morta di cancro al seno all’età di 73 anni, ma aveva sostenuto la consapevolezza del cancro fino alla sua morte (tramite People).

Chloe Lattanzi is raising awareness about cancer

Olivia Newton-John's daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, posted a video to her Instagram account where she and her cousin, Tottie Goldsmith, encouraged Lattanzi's followers to sign up for the Walk for Wellness. The walk benefits the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre in Melbourne, Australia, and it's being held on October 9, 2022. In the caption, Lattanzi stated, "I want to continue to carry the torch for my mama. Her dream was for kinder wholistic (sic) treatments for cancer, and to finally put an end to all the suffering cancer causes for countless beings around the planet" (via Instagram).

More information about the Walk for Wellness is available on its official website, Olivia's Walk for Wellness. A press release from the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre notes that those unable to attend the walk in person can participate virtually instead. The press release adds, "Sponsorships and donations from the event will fund evidence-based wellness therapies at the ONJ Centre that help ease the side effects of cancer treatment and support people with cancer emotionally, spiritually, and physically." The statement goes on to add, "Wellness therapies have been proven to help reduce the side effects of cancer treatment and help people cope better during their cancer journey — to help them thrive" (per the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre).

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