Tennis great Chris Evert completes chemotherapy treatment for ovarian cancer

(Reuters)Tennis estupendo Chris Evert has completed her sixth and final chemotherapy session to treat stage 1 cáncer de ovarios, the former world No. 1 dijo el lunes.

The 18-time grand slam champion revealed she had been diagnosed with the disease en Enero.
I’m a little out of it (meds) but nonetheless, thankful and relieved I finished my six chemo treatments,” she wrote on Twitter alongside a video of her with the health care workers who treated Evert and ringing a wind chime to mark the occasion.
    Love you, thank you so muchWe hope we don’t see you again,” Evert told the workers with a laugh as she prepared to exit the health care facility.
      Evert became the first player of any gender to win 1,000 singles matches.

      Evert’s younger sister, former pro tennis player Jeanne Evert Dubin, died from ovarian cancer in 2020 a la edad de 62. Dubin’s cancer had spread before it was detected.
        Evert, 67, has said her doctor told her that after the treatments were complete, there was a better than a 90% chance the cancer would never return because it was caught so early.

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