According to a post on Jane Fonda's verified social media account, she has been diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma and has begun chemotherapy treatment.

In her letter, she wrote, "This is a very treatable cancer that 80 percent of people survive, so I feel very fortunate," she said.

A non-Hodgkin's lymphoma is an immune system cancer. "I'll be doing chemotherapy for six months," Fonda said, adding "and, believe me, I will not let anything interfere with my climate activism."

Following Greta Thunberg's inspiration, Fonda has been active in raising awareness of the climate crisis.

In 2019, Fonda launched "Fire Drill Fridays," a civil disobedience effort that aimed at raising awareness about environmental issues through civil disobedience.

I have already learned the importance of community from this experience We are not alone when we build and deepen our community Furthermore, cancer and my age - almost 85 - have taught me how to adapt

The final season of Fonda's Netflix show "Grace and Frankie" ended in April. According to her IMDB profile, Fonda has additional screen projects in the works.

Although Fonda did not address the issue of her ongoing professional commitments, she said she would continue to be active in her activism as well.

" There are midterms coming up, and they are very consequential, so you can count on me to be with you."

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