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‘F*** Cancer’ -Tennis Legend Martina Navratilova, 66, Announces She’s Cancer-Free After Fighting Throat And Breast Cancer Since January

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Martina Navratilova, a legendary tennis player who has won 18 major titles, said on Monday that she had been cancer-free since being told she had throat and breast cancer in the beginning of 2023.

The 66-year-old American tennis pro with Czech ancestry stated on January 2 that she had been given an early diagnosis for breast and throat cancer.

“This double whammy is serious but still fixable, and I’m hoping for a favorable outcome. It’s going to stink for a while but I will fight with all I have got,” she tweeted then.

At the WTA Finals in Fort Worth, Texas, in November 2022, the renowned player—who has 59 Grand Slam championships—noticed an enlarged lymph node in her neck. She has won 18 singles, 31 doubles, and 10 mixed doubles titles.

Stage-one breast and throat malignancies were discovered during further biopsies.

She declared on Monday, June 19, that she is now cancer-free.In New York, the former tennis player received medical attention.

“”Fuck cancer” After a day full of tests at Sloan Kettering, I got the all clear! Thank you to all the doctors, nurses, proton and radiation magicians etc- what a relief,” Navratilova wrote on Twitter.

In 2010, Navratilova was diagnosed with breast cancer.

Navratilova, who is recognized as one of the best tennis players of all time, held the top spot for 332 consecutive weeks and has won each of the four Grand Slam competitions.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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