Shannen Doherty presents 'Maggie', the radiation machine that helps her fight cancer

According to the actress, Maggie and her have a love-hate relationship in this battle against the disease

Shannen Dohertykeeps surprising her fans, who have been following her fight against breast cancer for almost a year. Humor to dance after the radiation therapies and always with an honest smile are the images that the 43-year-old actress shares with the world to show how is the day to day battle against the disease. Shannen has earned the respect and admiration of thousands of people for the good humor she still holds in the most difficult moments of her treatment, one of them is the recent photograph of Maggie, the radiation machine that helps her overcome the terrible suffering.


"This is Maggie. I've seen Maggie five days a week for what seems like forever. We have a love hate relationship. I love her because she's part of the life saving treatment I'm receiving. It's astounding how far we have come with technology," Shannen wrote next to her photo with the radiotherapy machine.

"One day, Maggie will be retired and the cure will be found. Things like immunotherapy are the future but for now.... it's me and Maggie. I'm seeing her twice tomorrow so that I can wrap this phase up faster," she added to detail how she carries the agenda of her treatment. "Goodnight sweet Maggie. See ya tomorrow," she said, eager to break up their relationship soon.


In addition, her hashtags revealed that she is about to conclude with this radiation treatment with which she seems to have seen good results.

In recent days, Shannen shared an image in which she presents the medical team that is helping her with the treatment. In addition to them, her husbans, Kurt Iswarienko, her mom and her best friends have become the most important pillars for her recovery.


For her courage and the publications she has made in this difficult situation, Shannen received the American Cancer Society Courage Award and revealed to ET that she accepted the award on behalf of all people who, like her, face a struggle against cancer. "Courage isn't something that comes to you immediately," she continued. "It's not something that you have fully. Courage is something that you gain and it grows. Courage is facing every day and every obstacle one step at a time. Courage is knowing that fear is not going to find a solution; it's not going to help you find a cure," she said.

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