There are situations in which the stars as defenseless and helpless, like ordinary people. These stars are united not only by a red carpet - they are united by a common ailment with which they, however, were successful. They suffered cancer and beat it. It's not the most fun topic, but do not forget the feat of these people.
Sheryl Crow, breast cancer in 2006. The singer said that the victory over the disease - one of the main reasons for pride in her life.
Melissa Etheridge, breast cancer, in 2005. Melissa won the disease after a long and hard struggle, wrote a song «I run for life», which calls not to give up and fight for life.
Christina Applegate, after in 2008 she was diagnosed with breast cancer, went through a double mastectomy.
Lance Armstrong, the legend "Tour de France", in 25 years (in 1996) was diagnosed with cancer of the scrotum at advanced stage, with abundant metastases to many internal organs. However, Lance, after surgery and a course of chemotherapy, he returned to the sport and became the champion again!
Scott Hamlton, figure skating legend, underwent scrotal cancer in 2003, then founded Chemocare.com, to help others fight the disease.
Olivia Newton-John was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1992. After recovery, she became actively involved in working with charities to support cancer patients.
In Kali Minogue was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005. After treatment, she recorded a single, Over the Rainbow and in 2010 celebrated five years of its recovery.
Sharon Osbourne was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2002, and she immediately started treatment. After recovery, she organized a program of care for patients with colon cancer hospital Cedars Sinai in Los Angeles.
Robert De Niro in 2003, learned of the terrible diagnosis - cancer of the prostate. He underwent several operations until complete recovery.
Jane Fonda in 2010 underwent surgery to remove a non-invasive tumor in the breast. Now she feels fine.
Cynthia Nixon, who has survived breast cancer in 2006, is now an active participant in activities to combat breast cancer.
Michael Hall in 2010, suffered a treatment for lymphoma. In awarding him the Golden Globe, he was in a knitted hat, because lost hair after chemotherapy. At the moment he is considered fully recovered.
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