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Olivia Munn documented cancer journey for her son in case she didn’t ‘make it’

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Olivia Munn is opening up about her experience with cancer. A couple of months ago, the actress revealed she was diagnosed with breast cancer and had been battling it privately.

Now, she’s speaking up about her experience, revealing that she began to document her journey for her son, hoping to show him that she was willing to fight the disease.

Pete Davidson meets John Mulaney’s son and it’s very adorableOlivia Munn and John Mulaney welcomed their first child into the world last monthA post shared by o l i v i a (@oliviamunn)Munn was featured in an interview with “Good Morning America,” where she discussed some of the challenges of battling cancer. “There’s a lot of other things that you feel like you can beat, but you know cancer takes down a lot of people.

And I just thought about my baby,” she said, referring to her 2 year old baby Malcolm, which she shares with John Mulaney. She explained that she wanted to record her experience with cancer for her son to have in the future. “Well because if I didn’t make it, I wanted my son when he got older to know that I fought to be here,” she explained. “That I tried my best.

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