Chloe Rose Lattanzi is carrying on her late mother Olivia Newton-legacy John’s by continuing to pursue the ambition that she had.
Following the loss of the Grease star from breast cancer, the 36-year-old actress shared a video on Instagram on Sunday in which she discussed how she intends to pay tribute to her late mother.
Followers were urged by Lattanzi, who was accompanied by her cousin Tottie Goldsmith, to sign up for the Walk for Wellness on October 9, which will collect cash for the Olivia Newton-John Cancer and Wellness Centre in Melbourne, Australia. The Walk for Wellness will take place on October 9.
“Raising awareness is one of our top priorities, and we hope that as many of you as possible will join us either in person or digitally for this walk. Both increasing awareness and collecting financial contributions are really crucial “Lattanzi noted in the tape. “My mother’s hope was always for more humane methods of treating cancer. Because of this, I get the impression that the torch has been given to me; pursuing this endeavor is both my purpose and my passion, and I am very thankful to be able to do so with my lovely cousin in honor of my mother.”
Goldsmith lauded Lattanzi for “taking over the dazzling light of her mom” by sponsoring the event and working for Newton-institution. John’s In other words, Goldsmith said that Lattanzi had “taken over the shining light of her mom.”
“I want to be the one who carries the torch for my mom for many years to come. Her hope was to one day see more gentle and holistic therapies for cancer, and to put an end to the pain that cancer causes for many creatures all over the world. Please join us for the walk this year in honor of my mother “Lattanzi is credited for adding in the caption. “I love you mother. Every day, I find myself missing you. And yet, despite everything, I am always aware of you surrounding me and directing my every action.”
On August 8, she passed away at the age of 73, five years after announcing that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer that had metastasized to the sacrum. Newton-disease John’s had spread to the sacrum.
The recipient of four Grammy Awards disclosed in 1992 that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer for the first time. She was one of the first celebrities to go public with their struggles with their health. Her journey began with a mastectomy, continued with chemotherapy, and concluded with breast reconstruction.
The pop diva disclosed in 2017 that she had used medicinal marijuana to manage her pain, saying that she had tried both traditional medical therapies and “plant medicine” in an effort to alleviate her suffering.
Newton-John said in a recent interview with TODAY that many people had a mental image of the 1960s consisting of individuals “simply sitting around and getting stoned.” “That is not the point at all. This plant is known for its medicinal properties. Because it benefited me a great deal and because it helps with both pain and inflammation, I believe that our conception of what it is has to be revised.”
In addition to that, she practiced spiritual meditation. In 2019, Newton-John said with 60 Minutes Australia that during her meditations, she “visualize it disappearing and sees the herbs and medications that I’m taking making it leave.”
Her experience with breast cancer compelled her to become an advocate for cancer awareness and research, which ultimately resulted in the establishment of the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre in Melbourne, Australia. Her fight against cancer also inspired a number of other people to do the same.
In addition to providing cancer treatment, the “comprehensive cancer center” also carries out research and participates in clinical studies. The website for the facility proclaims, “A public hospital with a difference… we have placed our patients at the heart of all we do,” which is the mission statement of the facility. This entails paying attention to their mental and spiritual well-being in addition to their physical health.