Julia Louis-Dreyfus' sons celebrate the end of chemo with cute video

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus has completed chemotherapy, having been diagnosed with breast cancer last September.

But after months of chemotherapy, the Veep actress made it to her final treatment on Thurday.

Naturally, Louis-Dreyfus has risen to the challenge with fierce and amusing panache, even revealing to fans that she rocked out to Katy Perry's inspirational "Roar" during her first two rounds of chemo. "BEAT IT! Love, Henry and Charlie", before moving into an epic lip sync performance to Michael Jackson's "Beat It".

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"Mom's last chemo day!" the video read at the beginning.

On top of the support she's received from her sons, Julia's also had her husband of 30 years, Brad Hall, by her side through it all. But the actress has continued to be vocal - and at times hilarious - about her struggles during treatment.

Over the Thanksgiving holiday, Louis-Dreyfus felt good enough to visit her and her hubby's old Chicago stomping grounds; however, in late December, she revealed via Instagram that she was in the hospital undergoing a blood transfusion. We are NOT f***** around here. "The Fighter dancing through the fire cuz I am a champion and you're going to hear me ROAR [sic]".

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Maybe she can do the Elaine dance to this one. "The bad news is that not all women are so lucky, so let's all fight all cancers and make universal health care a reality".

Have you suffered with breast cancer, or know anyone who now is? I adore Cloris Leachman.

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