Cancer Jane Fonda: ‘Ready to die’

The iconic actress Jane Fonda will soon turn 85 – and this has caused her to reflect on her life and the time that is left of it.

In an interview with Entertainment Tonight tells the actress about her lymphoma diagnosis and what she thinks about the life she has lived so far.

Here it is clear from the Oscar-winning actor that she knows well that the best time is behind her and that she is ‘realistic’ about the future.

“When you reach my age, it is important to remember a time that is behind you and not the one that is in front of you,” reads the interview.

In fact, the mother of three is ready to die when the time comes.

“I’m not afraid to die, I’m ready, I’ve had a wonderful life,” she says.

However, she is not looking forward to no longer being alive.

“I will not. But I know it won’t be long.’

Earlier, the actor talked about his cancer, Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.

The cancer causes the actor’s immune system to slowly stop working.

In the interview, the soon-to-be 85-year-old star says that she is generally feeling well, but that the week of chemotherapy is hard for her.

“The week I get chemo is challenging, but otherwise I’m fine.”

Jane Fonda also said that she will celebrate her birthday with the whole family.

She also intends to spend the time she has left with her family.

“I really want to see my grandchildren grow old enough to know they have landed in a good place,” she says.

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