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Shannen Doherty feels like 'a very healthy human being' amid stage 4 cancer battle
As she continues to battle stage 4 breast cancer, Shannen Doherty says she feels "like a very healthy human being". The Heathers actor publicly announced her cancer had returned back in February. The diagnosis came after she was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015, declaring she was in remission two years later. In a new interview with Elle, Doherty shared that she will one day write letters for her loved ones but is struggling to comprehend doing so at present while she feels in such good health.Read more: Amanda Seyfried welcomes son after secret pregnancy"I haven’t sat down to write letters. That’s something I need to do.
Shannen Doherty is "doing better than okay" amid her cancer battle.
The 49-year-old actress was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015 and revealed in February that it had returned - but Shannen has insisted she's feeling strong and healthy at the moment.
She said: "I love it when people say, 'We're praying for you,' and everything else, but there comes a point when you're like, 'I got this. I'm fine. I'm good'.
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"There are a lot of people in the world who could use prayers, and I'm feeling great ... I'm doing okay. I'm doing better than okay. I'm doing well. I feel strong and healthy and confident and happy."
Shannen Doherty: "My cancer diagnosis is not a death sentence"
Shannen Doherty fights cancer again. She now has metastases and therefore no chance of survival. However, she does not see her diagnosis as a death sentence. © Getty Images Shannen Doherty She won't give up! Shannen Doherty , 49, is terminally ill . For the former "Beverly Hills 90210" actress, that doesn't mean that she can't face death.
Shannen and her husband, photographer Kurt Iswarienko, organised a dinner to reveal the news of her diagnosis to her close friends.
The 'BH90210' star also invited her oncologist to the meeting in order to "squash any doubts that people had".
Shannen - who has been married to Kurt since 2011 - told Sarah Michelle Gellar on 'Entertainment Tonight': "I had just gotten diagnosed, and I wanted you ... and the closest people in my life to be told ... because I'm the type of person, I'd just call you and be like, ‘Listen, I got stage 4. It's back and I'll be okay.’ But I knew that particularly someone like you would have more questions.
"So, for me to have Dr. Piro, my oncologist, be there so that he could answer the questions in a very matter-of-fact way, he was able to sort of squash any doubts that people had or to say, ‘Hey, don't Google, because when you do that you're going to get some crazy, like, this short of period of time to live,’ and that's just really not the case."
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