Back in September, Louis-Dreyfus took to Twitter to share her breast cancer diagnosis with fans and followers. Since then, Louis-Dreyfus, 56, has remained upbeat on social media. She began her third round of chemo earlier this month.
The Veep star shared a photo of a recent blood transfusion, calling it her "awesome Xmas cocktail":
Louis-Dreyfus learned of her breast cancer diagnosis the day after she won a record-breaking sixth consecutive Emmy for her role as Selina Meyer in HBO's hit series Veep.
In her Twitter announcement, she took the opportunity to call for universal healthcare:
And she has put her funniest face forward in social media posts, including this Instagram pic:
And this tweet, courtesy of her Veep co-stars:
Fans and fellow survivors continue to provide support:
Hang in there, JLD. We're rooting for you.
H/T: Entertainment Weekly
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