Julia Louis-Dreyfus tells breast cancer 'f*** you' after surgery

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus broke her silence following a surgery she underwent to remove her breast cancer-and, naturally, it wasn't without her usual sense of humor.

Louis-Dreyfus was diagnosed with breast cancer back in September.

The positive news has come in the same week as the rumours that there might be a revival of Seinfeld, one of the most popular sitcoms of all time in which Louis-Dreyfus played Elaine.

Julia first announced her breast cancer diagnosis on Twitter on September 28, 2017 and vowed to fight the disease with full force.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus, in keeping with her incredibly candid and profane "Veep" character, offered a short and sweet message to her doctors, fans, and cancer itself in her first post-surgery Instagram update.

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The star of the hit HBO show "Veep" took to social media to reveal she had surgery but was feeling great.

Throughout her journey since her diagnosis, JLD has received a huge wave of support, and the excitement after today's great news is no different.

"Whoever's number one of the call sheet tends to set the tone, and she has just set a tone for everybody", Tony Hale told reporters in the press room at The Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

We've seen what happens when you cross Selina Meyer and her co-stars - and we don't recommend taking that route.

She's been candid about her battle with breast cancer since the hard diagnosis last September. She shared a video to Instagram that her adult sons made for her to mark the occasion.

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