Valerie Harper, 73, is doing her best to stay positive despite being told she only has three months to live after being diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. She went on Good Morning America on Mar. 12 and told host Robin Roberts that she’s “feeling so much better.”
Valerie Harper, 73, made the tragic announcement on March 6 that she had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, and in two new interviews she revealed how scared she is. The iconic TV actress appeared on The Today Show on March 11 to talk about her tragic illness, and she told host Savannah Guthrie that she “doesn’t want to go” but she is ready to say “bye bye” to her family. On The Doctors, she admitted that she wants to be “less afraid of death.” So inspirational.
Valerie Harper, 73, shocked everyone when she revealed on March 6 that she had been diagnosed with terminal brain cancer. The iconic TV actress continues to be open about her diagnosis and will appear on The Doctors on March 11 to further discuss her cancer.
Valerie Harper, who played Rhoda on the beloved Mary Tyler Moore Show and its spin-off Rhoda, tells People that she is facing a tragic diagnosis: terminal brain cancer.