LONDON – Kylie Minogue is still being treated for breast cancer, but the disease has not recurred since surgery last year, the Australian pop star's publicist said in a statement Friday.
Minogue underwent successful surgery in May to remove the cancer. Since that operation, the results have been positive.
"Fortunately we are still able to say we have received no news of a reoccurrence of the cancer," the statement read. "However, at this point in time, Kylie's treatments are continuing."
"Kylie remains keen to return to work and in particular to reschedule the Showgirl Tour of Australia," it added, referring to the 2005 tour that was postponed soon after Minogue was diagnosed with breast cancer.
Minogue underwent chemotherapy in Paris following her surgery in Melbourne, Australia, and is now reportedly back in Australia.
The 37-year-old singer is known for hits such as "Loco-Motion" and "Can't Get You Out of My Head." She is currently nominated for a Grammy for dance recording for her song "Guilt Is a Useless Emotion."