March 2015 especially remember the star of the series Charmed Shannon Doherty, which then was diagnosed with breast cancer. In the same year the public learned this unpleasant news. A year later, the actress underwent a mastectomy, after which she passed a course of chemotherapy and radiotherapy, and in April 2017, she told the media about remission. Shannon came a long way and is now trying to understand how cancer affected her life. the actress believes that the cancer helped her to know herself.
“Cancer helped me to understand myself, to establish internal processes. Definitely, the disease has made me more receptive, learn to pay attention to the really important stuff. After this you start to appreciate the little things that make an ordinary day a good day, and such days as the result we have a great year. This is exactly what you need a good actor to be convincing on the screen,” — about the actress told the publication People.
After the treatment, Shannon is trying to get back to work and to dedicate myself to her. Soon the screens will be released film No One Would Tell where Shannen will play a major role.
Recall that in March 2017 star of the TV series “Beverly hills 90210” was published after a long treatment of cancer, which she fought for several years. Earlier, the actress has completed treatment, but was not sure that the disease has receded. Now Shannen claims that her disease is in remission.
About this, Doherty said on his page on the social network. She posted a photo and said that he understands – this is not the end of the fight, but believes the current health status of a major shift in the course of recovery.
“Moments. They come. Today is one of those moments. What is remission? I heard that word, I do not know yet how to react to it. Is it good? Yes. Embarrassingly? Yes. Now I don’t have to wait.
My friends and acquaintances who have had cancer, you know that the next five years will be decisive. Cancer can return at any time. And I’m waiting with bated breath. Chemotherapy full side effects and can lead to undesirable reactions, but now … remission. I start breathing again,” wrote Shannen.