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Yesteryear television actress


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 I feel like a dog who has been to the vet too many times 
— Farrah Fawcett / May 22, 2009
 As much as I would have liked to have kept my cancer private, I now realise that I have a certain responsibility to those who are fighting their own fights and may be able to benefit from learning about mine 
— Farrah Fawcett on her cancer / May 14, 2009
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 I feel like a blonde nothingness, alone in my own body ...... Today its not drugs that fill my body, its despair. 
— Farrah Fawcett / May 14, 2009
 I was thinking I would miss the rain. I wonder if you can experience the rain in Heaven, if God will let you dip your wings down... But my biggest expectation now is just to live. I will not go gently into that goodnight... 
— Farrah Fawcett / May 14, 2009
 Stress is what feeds your cancer. Stress is what gives you cancer and then there's the paparazzi giving you stress 
— Farrah Fawcett / March 30, 2009
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 I do not want to die of this disease. So I say to God, 'It is seriously time for a miracle, 
— Farrah Fawcett on her Cancer / 2009
 I became famous almost before I had a craft, I didn't study drama at school. I was an art major. Suddenly, when I was doing Charlie's Angels, I was getting all this fan mail, and I didn't really know why. I don't think anybody else did, either. 
— Farrah Fawcett / 1986
 I'm a private person, I'm shy about people knowing things. And I'm really shy about my medical [care]. It would be good if I could just go and heal and then when I decided to go out, it would be okay. It seems that there are areas that should be off-limits. 
— Farrah Fawcett in an interview to the Los Angeles Times
 It's much easier to go through something and deal with it without being under a microscope... It was stressful. I was terrified getting the chemo. It's not pleasant. And the radiation is not pleasant. 
— Farrah Fawcett on her struggle with anal cancer
 I feel like Alice in Wonderland, really... Everything is surreal. 
— Farrah Fawcett