One More Breast Cancer Warrior! Jillian Barberie Confirms The Disease: "Cancer Sucks...Wish Me Much"

November 2, 2018

Cancer is #1 disease across the globe. A lot of women suffer from breast cancer: some survive, some - not. But it doesn't mean they should stop fighting with all power! 

'Historical' background

Jillian Barberie is a Canadian actress, journalist, TV hostess, and radio co-hosts at Mid-Day LA. 

Barberie's childhood wasn't the best. Shortly after her birth, her parents abandoned and gave her for the adoption. However, throughout all life, Barberie tried to be strong and achieve her ambitions and goals. 


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After the first unsuccessful marriage with baseball player Bret Barberie (1996-2002), she decided to give herself a second chance to love and be loved and tied the knot with marine sniper Grant Reynolds in 2006. 


They had 2 beautiful children - Ruby Raven Reynolds & Rocco Rio Reynolds. Sadly, the relationship hit the rocks, and the couple divorced in 2014. Now, Jillian is a single mom of two kids. 

Oh cancer, you still exist?

Canadian-born American actress announced about her medical analysis on Tuesday via Twitter. She conceded having breast cancer and planning a severe treatment to defeat the disease.

Cancer sucks and fuck cancer and all that good stuff. 

Though Jillian was scared to tell her kids about it, they took it pretty well and was concerned about one thing - if they can catch it as a virus, you know? 

May God help her to overcome breast cancer as soon as possible! 

The essential support

Jillian Barberie is a well-known woman in the USA, and undoubtedly, a lot of fans and friends hurried up to support her and share emotions during her challenging journey. 

We wish the best of luck, Jillian! Hopefully, you'll get better and become one of the prominent breast cancer survivors! 

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