Veep star Julia Louis-Dreyfus opens up about her brave battle with breast cancer. Official sketches of Princess Diana’s dresses go up for auction.
She’s back at work on her Emmy-winning HBO sitcom Veep, and now Julia LouisDreyfus is talking about life after surviving breast cancer. “I do feel different, but I can’t quite articulate how,” she says. “I’ve come out the other side of this, and I’m still not exactly sure how to define the difference other than to say I’m grateful, of course, but it’s more than that. It’s bigger.” Julia, 57, underwent three rounds of chemotherapy after announcing her diagnosis last year. She’s serving as an ambassador for Saks Fifth Avenue’s Key to the Cure campaign, which supports cancer survivors by selling designer T-shirts. Most of all, she’s focusing on the future. “I’m not someone who likes looking back. I look forward. That’s how I operate. We’ll finish an episode, and I am just ready for the next thing,” Julia says. “I’m always just moving on, you know?”
“The best way to make a difference is to start with your own life.”
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