Jane Fonda was diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma. She has started chemotherapy treatment. 

Jane Fonda is diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma 

This is a very curable form of cancer. She wrote that 80% of patients survive.                                       .

Non-Hodgkin's Lymphoma, a cancer of your immune system, is also known as Lymphoma.                                            .

Fonda stated that she would be undergoing chemotherapy for six months.                                           .

Fonda also said that she is handling the treatment quite well and that it will not interfere with her climate activism. 

Fonda was inspired by Greta Thunberg, a young environmental activist, to become active in raising awareness about the climate crisis 

Fonda created "Fire Drill Fridays" in 2019 as a civil disobedience initiative to raise awareness about environmental issues.

Fonda said that cancer is a teacher, and she's paying close attention to the lessons it has for her.                              .

One thing it has already shown me is the importance of community. It's about growing and deepening your community, so you aren't the only one. 

My cancer experience and my age of almost 85 teach me the importance of adapting to new realities.                           .