Shannen Doherty recently talked about her struggles against breast cancer via a photo uploaded on her social media account.

In the snap, Doherty is in tears while holding a huge clump of her hair. She revealed that the picture was taken at the time when she started losing her hair due to chemotherapy. As part of Brest Cancer Awareness month, Doherty encouraged all those suffering from the illness to seek the love and support of their family and friends.

The “Charmed” actress first announced her battle against breast cancer in August 2015. While speaking with People, Doherty said, “Yes, I have breast cancer, and I am currently undergoing treatment. I am continuing to eat right, exercise and stay very positive about my life. I am thankful to my family, friends and doctors for their support, and of course, my fans who have stood by me.”

Doherty was forced to announce her breast cancer diagnosis after it was revealed that her former business manager failed to pay her insurance premiums. In the lawsuit obtained by TMZ, Doherty claimed that she had cancer as early as 2014, a time when she wasn’t insured. The actress also noted that the doctors told her that if she were insured, she could have prevented the cancer from metastasizing or even developing.

A rep for Doherty’s former business manager, Tanner Mainstain, said that the actress’ accusations are all false. After meeting in court, Doherty won the case and received a huge sum of money.

Since then, Doherty has documented her doctor’s visits, radiation and chemotherapy treatments via her social media accounts. A few months ago, the actress finally announced that she is in remission and showed off her growing hair. Doherty also returned to work in the summer to star in “Heathers.”

On her Instagram account, Doherty shared a photo of herself while on set and expressed her excitement over the fact that she’s stronger than ever to get back to acting. She also compared herself to a vintage Shelby that been stuck in the garage for a long time. “It’s still a great car. The best. Just needs time for the engine to warm up and it’s good to go,” she wrote.