Shannen Doherty’s representative told Fox News Digital she was “doing well” after revealing the cancer had spread to her brain.
The 52-year-old alumnus from “Beverly Hills, 90210” shared a video on Monday showing him preparing to undergo a CT scan with the caption, “January 9, 2023.” Doherty posted a video of himself crying while wearing a mask ahead of radiation treatments on Tuesday.
In the caption of the second video, she announced that the cancer had metastasized. Doherty’s doctors discovered metastases in her brain, called mets, on January 5, and Doherty began radiation therapy on January 12.
“January 12, 2023. On January 5, my CT scan revealed the presence of METs in my brain. Yesterday’s video showed the process of donning the mask worn during the radiation to the brain. “It was a long time ago,” Doherty explained. Caption for her second post.
she continued. “On January 12th I had my first radiation dose. My fears are clear.
‘90210’ star Shannen Doherty reveals cancer spreads to brain in emotional video
“I am fortunate to have great doctors like Dr. Amin Milady and great technicians at Cedar Sinai. But the fear…. confusion…. all the timing…. this is what cancer can look like.” is.”
The post of the “enchanted” actress was flooded with supportive comments from celebrity friends and fans.
“You are a warrior,” wrote Sarah Michelle Gellar.
“This is a big deal,” said Selma Blair. “This is yet again so much work to do. And I wish you all the wise peace you have learned to find you in moments of terror. We are holding you.” Please know that.Love.All love.”
Kevin Smith, who directed Doherty in the 1995 film Mallrats, wrote, “I’m rooting for you, dear friend.”
He continued, “All your life you’ve been a fearless warrior. So it’s natural to feel a little scared at times. But when the moment is over, carry on that indomitable Doherty spirit. Please, I love you so much, my Mole Rat.”
“Sister, I’m thinking of you. I know this is so big. You’ve got so much love here, Shan!!!” Added a heart and prayer hands emoji and commented.
“God give you strength,” wrote Dean Cain, who played one of Doherty’s lovers in “90210.”
“Thinking of you and sending you positive thoughts,” wrote Kyle Richards, along with a red heart and praying hand emoji.
Harry Connick Jr. commented, “Praying for you.”
“Sending lots of love and prayers,” wrote Amanda Kreutz, while Olivia Munn left a series of red heart emojis.
Doherty was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 2015. Doherty underwent eight chemotherapy and radiation treatments and one mastectomy before being in remission in 2017.
In 2018, Doherty revealed that her tumor markers were “rising.”
She wrote on Instagram, “Tests and results. One of the tumor marker tests was positive. The others… went up. Which means I will be monitored and will have another test.” rice field.
“But even after that call, I’m staying positive and taking an inventory of my life. It certainly helps put things in perspective and reminds me of what I’ve learned throughout my cancer journey.” And sometimes you need a refresher.”
By 2020, the “Heathers” star’s cancer had returned, reaching stage 4 and spreading beyond its original location.
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“There will always be days when you think, ‘Why me?’ None of us have that,” Doherty said at the time on “Good Morning America.” “I don’t think I’m processing it. It’s a bitter pill to swallow in many ways.”
Ms. Doherty continued to work even after her cancer returned. She appeared in ‘List of a Lifetime’. “Dying to Belong”, “Fortress”, “Hot Seat”.
“I don’t want you to think about someone who hears the word stage 4 cancer and collapses with gray hair, is paralyzed, is in hospice, can’t work,” she said in a previous talk. . Interview with “Entertainment Tonight”. “Despite being fit, healthy, happy, and wanting to go out and work, you’re quickly disqualified.”
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As of March, the Tennessee native was looking good.
According to People magazine, Doherty attended a panel discussion on ‘Charmed’ at ’90s Con, and when the host asked how he was feeling, Doherty replied, “I feel so good, thank you! … This crowd is amazing.” Yes.”
Lauryn Overhultz of Fox News Digital contributed to this report.