A representative for Farrah Fawcett
has denied reports the actress is close to death - insisting the cancer-stricken Charlie's Angels
star remains in a "stable condition" and is still receiving treatment.
The 62 year old has been battling anal cancer for the last three years and allowed cameras to chart her struggle since she was first diagnosed with the disease in 2006.
The "Farrah's Story" documentary pulled in millions of viewers
when it aired on U.S. television last month. But ever since the emotional show, the star has been dogged by rumors her health is failing her, with many Internet gossips speculating she has since given up her chemotherapy treatment.
But a rep for Fawcett's longtime partner, Ryan O'Neal
, has dismissed claims the actress is nearing the end, telling Fox News, "Ms Fawcett's condition has not changed. She is stable and remains under treatment by her doctor."
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