Ian Ziering praised his "90210" co-star for her strength while she battles late-stage breast cancer.
Lewis revealed Thursday on Instagram that she’s been dealing with the disease in private for almost two years.
Shannen Doherty opened up about her reaction to learning her cancer had returned and spread.
"Beverly Hills, 90210" alum Jason Priestley says his TV twin sister Shannen Doherty is a “fighter” amid her battle with terminal breast cancer.
The actor posted a touching tribute to the actress, who died last month after a battle with breast cancer.
That is one of the details revealed in the Jerry Maguire actress’s death certificate, obtained by Us Weekly, after losing her private, two-year battle with the disease on July 12.
Kelly Preston has passed away at the age of 57 after a two-year battle with breast cancer. Husband John Travolta, daughter Ella Travolta and more are mourning the death of the beloved actress.
“I think that it took me until I got diagnosed with breast cancer to figure out that love is not something that you tap dance to get,” said Crow, whose exes include Lance Armstrong, Eric Clapton, Owen Wilson and Josh Charles.
"I am celebrating the beauty of this life, the blessings God has given, and my continued good health," she shared with fans on Sunday
"I’m doing my part," the actress wrote. "Can’t these people?"
One week after announcing her cancer had returned and is now more advanced, the "BH90210" actrress thanked her fans via social media for their “love, prayers and support.”
Shannen Doherty says that she's very different than before her cancer diagnosis. “It allowed me to be more vulnerable,” she tells Yahoo Entertainment.
Suzanne Whang, who appeared in dozens of TV shows, including "Las Vegas" and "Arrested Development," has died after a long struggle with breast cancer.
The longtime celeb talks about how she's kept her chin up through many years of struggling with cancer.
"The Highwaymen" actress Kathy Bates opens up about being diagnosed with both ovarian and breast cancer, and raises awareness about the cancer treatment side effect that she and millions of others have faced: lymphedema.
The 47-year-old actress said cancer has made her reevaluate being a mother. "We’re having conversations about an egg donor, maybe adoption. But there’s fear there," she said. “I’ve always wanted a kid. But maybe I’m supposed to mother in a different way."
The TV and radio personality took to social media on Sunday after she learned her "IV got denied"
"It was out of the blue," the former Seinfeld star said while speaking about the death for the first time in a new interview with the New Yorker.