The 56-year-old actress revealed in September she had been diagnosed with breast cancer, and after an lengthy treatment process, the star has finally finished with her chemotherapy, which she hopes with keep the disease at bay. Louis-Dreyfus wrote on Instagram.
The Seinfeld and Veep actress shared a amusing video of her sons, Henry and Charlie Hall, lip-syncing to Michael Jackson's "Beat It" to commemorate their mom's last day of chemotherapy. Throughout the last few months, she's kept her fans updated on her health - and perhaps the best update came on Thursday, Jan. 11 when Julia had her final round of chemotherapy! "Pretty swell, right? Ain't they sweet?" the Veep star captioned the post.
The video also contains a message that reads, "Mom's last chemo day!"
Throughout her public battle with cancer, Louis-Dreyfus has received endless support from her family and friends, which no doubt helped propel her to yesterday's milestone achievement.
She initially shared the news of her diagnosis on social media, writing: "1 in 8 women get breast cancer".
It comes after the actress made history at last year's Emmy Awards after winning "Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy Series" for the sixth time in a row for Veep. "Today, I'm the one".
Even then, Louis-Dreyfus kept her signature sense of humor, captioning a pic of various fluid bags, "Getting ready for the holidays with my awesome Xmas cocktail".