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By Dailymail. She revealed she was battling stage two breast cancer in September And now Julia Louis-Dreyfus is opening on why she went public with her diagnosis in a couple of new interviews. Revelation: Julia Louis-Dreyfus talked about why she decided to go public with her breast cancer diagnosis in new interviews that included an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. The actress also felt like going public would be a great opportunity to have 'an important conversation to have about health and health care.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus. Another Screen Actors Guild Awards show has come and gone and with it comes some well deserved winners, an outstanding first ever host and a few brilliantly heartwarming moments. Much like the Golden Globes, it was a very much a MeToo centred event once again. If there's one thing we all have in common with celebrities, it's that they are just as likely to suffer medical ordeals as anyone else. Julia Louis-Dreyfus has just revealed her shocking cancer diagnosis on social media, but she's using it to enforce the need for healthcare across the world.
The two ladies greeted each other and hugged as Louis-Dreyfus headed to the stage at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles to collect the Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series award, only to realise she was reading her friend's acceptance speech, thanking the cast and crew of Poehler's show Parks and Recreation. Louis-Dreyfus ended by reading a scribbled note at the bottom: "Isn't it a shame that Amy Poehler didn't win? However, there was real embarrassment seconds later when the award winner's gown got stuck as she exited the stage and presenter Stephen Colpert had to kneel down and free the train of her dress.