“Sure, if there’s the precise factor — I’m not going to attempt to insinuate myself in someplace,” Blair mentioned in a current interview with Variety. “I’m not somebody that’s been nagged by ambition.”
The 49-year-old actress was first recognized with MS again in 2018.
Regardless of her prognosis, Blair has continued to make onscreen appearances. The actress performs Harper Glass in “One other Life” amongst different roles.
Blair introduced she had gone into remission in August.
“My prognosis is nice. I’m in remission,” the “Legally Blonde” actress informed reporters throughout a Tv Critics Affiliation panel.
Blair’s therapy for MS included hematopoietic stem-cell transplantation.
“It took a couple of 12 months after stem cell for the irritation and lesions to actually go down, so I used to be reluctant to speak about it as a result of I felt this should be extra healed,” Blair continued. “I don’t have any new lesions forming.”
“Cognitively, I’m very modified and that’s been the more durable half.”
Blair has been selling her upcoming documentary, “Introducing, Selma Blair.” The movie will inform the story behind her prognosis and therapy. The documentary debuts Oct. 15 in theaters and begins streaming Oct. 21 on Discovery+.