She is famous for her parts in Beverly Hills, 90210, and Charmed. Shannen Doherty hasn’t been afraid to talk about her long-term health battle.

In June of this year, the 52-year-old woman said that her stage four cancer had spread to her brain, which made a lot of people feel bad for her.
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Doherty has mostly done her best to keep a record of her cancer fight by posting honest videos to Instagram and giving regular updates that are meant to educate and motivate.

As was already said, Doherty was first identified with breast cancer in 2015. After treatment, the cancer went into remission two years later.

The actor made a sad appearance on Good Morning America in 2020 to say that her cancer had come back and was now in stage four. “I’ll be told I’m in stage four in a few days or a week,” she said. At the time, she said, “My cancer came back, which is why I’m here.”

However, Doherty told People magazine this week in a cover story that the cancer had spread to her bones, saying, “I don’t want to die.”

Doherty is very bravely dealing with this health problem and is still eager to keep going. She said, “I’m not done with living,” even though her situation was very bad. I love you more than ever. I’m still making things. I have more things I want to do to make things better. “I’m not done yet.”

Doherty had a mastectomy, chemotherapy, and radiotherapy after being first told she had breast cancer in 2015. In 2017, she posted on Instagram that her cancer was gone, but by 2019, it had come back, and the next year she told everyone that she had advanced stage 4 cancer.

Doherty said that she thinks her life has a bigger meaning after thinking about her journey. She wants to fight the idea that people with terminal cancer can’t make a difference in the world and raise knowledge and money for cancer research at the same time. She says, “It’s crazy to me that we still don’t have a cure.”

Doherty is now focused on getting into clinical studies for new treatments because she wants to show that she can still work even though she has cancer. She fights against the common ideas about terminal disease by saying, “People just think that it means you can’t walk, eat, or work.” “You’re done, you’re retired,” they told you when you were very young. But we’re not done.”

It’s great that she is thankful for life and spends time every morning with her family and her German dog, Bowie. Even though things are hard, she stays positive and says, “My best memory is yet to come.”

Doherty’s beliefs and faith are very important to her journey. “I know it sounds corny and crazy, but you feel so blessed and more aware of everything.” “We’re the ones who want to work the most because we’re so thankful for every second, hour, and day we get to be here,” she said.

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