Olivia Newton-John says she's confident a cure for breast cancer will be found sooner rather than later.
"There's more and more being done and I believe we'll see an end to cancer in my lifetime," she insisted, speaking in LA.
The actress added: "That's my dream, wouldn't that be wonderful?"
The 61-year-old is a breast cancer survivor, having been diagnosed 18 years ago. Since 1992 she's worked tirelessly to raise awareness, including coming out to support 1 A Minute, a cancer documentary premiering in cinemas across the States.
"I'm here and it's 18 years, so it's survivable and thriveable, and I don't take that for granted because not everyone is as fortunate as me" she explained.
The Grease star says "keeping a positive mind" helped her recovery.
She admits she does everything she can to help beat breast cancer.
"I'm building a cancer and wellness centre in Melbourne, Australia; I have a 'live aid' which is a self-examination tour for women to encourage them to do regular self-examinations.
"My husband has a company and we bring herbs from the Amazon. Everything I'm doing is around health and healing, it's become a big part of my life" she said.