Olivia Newton-John Sold Her Property after stage 4 cancer was informed diagnosed
Two years after learning she had stage 4 breast cancer, Olivia Newton-John decided to sell the majority of her enormous portfolio to raise money for her foundation and to upgrade her wellness facility.
According to a New York Post report, an Olivia Newton-John-connected source said “Olivia loved helping people. She spent the last two decades of her life giving back. She wanted to leave behind something that would last, and something that her daughter, too, could benefit from.”
She died at a horse ranch in California, where she had built a life with husband John Easterling, although she left everything to him.
“She was in a lot of pain, but she was a fighter. The place was her heaven on Earth and it gave her many calming moments in her final days.” source informed
A cancer survivor, Olivia Newton-John launched the Olivia Newton-John Cancer & Wellness Centre at Melbourne’s Austin Hospital after beating the disease three times before it returned.
Then, in 2005, she opened the magnificent Gaia Retreat & Spa in the Bunjalung Country of Byron Bay, Australia, which is also affiliated with her.
When she talked about the foundation with Forbes last year, she said: “The idea is to fund research into kinder ways to treat cancer, to prevent cancer, and to live well with cancer. So, all those things, I believe, we will eventually see a world beyond it where it’s just treated as any other illness that you can kind of control and live well with and, of course, hopefully cure it. Living well is something that I do, and I’m hoping that I can help others do that.”