“Bachelor” alum Lesley Murphy has used social media to document her fight against potentially getting cancer. In April she had a double mastectomy after testing positive for the BRCA 2 gene mutation which greatly increases a person’s risk of developing breast cancer.
Actor Ben Stiller revealed in October he was diagnosed with prostate cancer in 2014. The tumor was surgically removed three months later, in September 2014, along with Stiller has been cancer-free since.
Hugh Jackman recently underwent treatment for basal cell carcinoma, again, according to a social media post. The Australian actor has been treated for basal cell carcinoma at least four times.
Jaime “Taboo” Gomez of the Black Eyed Peas revealed in November in which he survived testicular cancer.
Former Rolling Stone bass player Bill Wyman has been diagnosed with prostate cancer. An original member of the band, which formed in 1962, Wyman left the group in 1992. The 79-year-old can be anticipated to make a full recovery.
Def Leppard guitarist Vivian Campbell, 52, pulled out of the band’s tour in June after his Hodgkin’s lymphoma returned.
ABC’s Amy Robach found out she had breast cancer in November 2013 after she had a mammogram done live on “not bad Morning America” for cancer awareness month.
Radio personality Robin Quivers quietly battled cancer for months, however she had happy news to share with “Howard Stern” listeners in September 2013. On the show, Quivers revealed in which her doctors believe she’s cancer-free after receiving treatment, including chemotherapy.
Olivia Newton-John was diagnosed in 1992, along with the singer has become an advocate for breast self-examination.
Australian singer Kylie Minogue was only 36 when she was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2005.