One week after announcing her cancer had returned and is now more advanced, the BH90210 actress, 48, thanked her fans via social media for their "love, prayers and support". "It's an odd time right now and I find my feet not completely underneath me", she captioned a photo of herself riding a horse in a field.
Fans flooded the comments' section with kindness and encouraging words, with one fan, named LeeAnne sharing her story of being diagnosed with stage 4 cancer three years ago. "To say I've anxiety is an understatement".
Shannen Doherty, 48, thanked her followers for his or her help amidst her devastating stage 4 most cancers battle on February 11 and admitted she's been "struggling" with all of it. To say that I am fighting is light. But...
Doherty's breast cancer went into remission in 2017 after she waged a very emotional and remarkably open battle against it. I'll dig deep for the inner strength I need to face it all. "I pray that I will do everything with dignity and grace ". I've loads to say. "I'll. For now... please understand how a lot you all assist carry me".
"I don't think that I've processed it". It's a bitter pill to swallow in a lot of ways. But I had definitely, in another way, convinced myself that I had beaten it.
"It's so weird for me to be acknowledged after which any particular person who was, you acknowledge, seemingly healthful to go first", she talked about.
The actress has been living with the diagnosis privately for nearly a year now, but due to a court case with her insurance company, which details her health issues, she chose to come forward with the news herself to control the narrative surrounding her cancer. "It is outrageous that State Farm's "industrial hygienist" believes it is appropriate for him to offer false speculation about me and for State Farm to place such lies in the public record", Doherty wrote in her declaration. She sued the company after her California home was damaged in the Woolsey Fire in 2018. I don't want it to be twisted; I don't want it to be a court document.