Julia Louis-Dreyfus completes chemotherapy

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus completes chemotherapy

Charlie and Henry Hall got a little help from Michael Jackson to make it happen, too!

Ever since revealing her diagnosis, Louis-Dreyfus has received support from friends, family, co-stars and fans from around the world.

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, Louis-Dreyfus felt good enough to visit her and her hubby's old Chicago stomping grounds; however, in late December, she revealed via Instagram that she was in the hospital undergoing a blood transfusion. "Pretty swell, right? Ain't they sweet?"

Her other film credits include Enough Said, Deconstructing Harry and voice-over parts in animated films A Bug's Life and Planes.

But her joy was shortlived when, two weeks later, the beloved actress announced via social media that she was battling breast cancer. The actress just reached a major milestone by completing chemotherapy treatment and to celebrate, her sons made her a hilarious video. The expectation is that we will shoot again.

Louis-Dreyfus won the Emmy for the series five years in a row - 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017. "We have one more season we're doing, which we're incredibly excited about".

HBO said at the time that the show's production schedule would be adjusted to accommodate Louis-Dreyfus' heath needs.

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