Ailing actress Farrah Fawcett has denied reports she has halted treatment in her cancer battle, just days after her longterm partner RYAN O'NEAL insisted she had given up medical care.
O'Neal recently opened up about Fawcett and her two-and-a-half-year fight against anal cancer, which has also spread to her liver, claiming her treatment "has pretty much ended" after seeking alternative remedies in Germany.
He revealed the Charlie's Angels star, 62, will undergo one last "miracle" treatment in a last-ditch attempt to find a cure, telling People magazine, "(It's) a last gasp."
But Fawcett's representative has dismissed O'Neal's comments.
The spokesperson tells Usmagazine.com, "She never stopped getting treatment."
The dismissal comes just a day after Fawcett's rep played down reports she is nearing death, insisting: "She is still stable. She's resting, still eating, not much but some..."