The Topp Twins have shared that they have had a "pretty hard journey" battling cancer but they're both "alive and kicking".
Sharing a collection of photos, the twins thanked their fans for all the love and support that they've been getting.
"It has been 8 months since Lynda was diagnosed with Grade 3 Breast Cancer and 6 months since Jools was discovered with a new tumour in her rib cage" they wrote.
We are both alive and kicking but it has been a pretty hard journey of surgery chemo and for Jools radiation therapy.
"The love and support we have had from Kiwis and fans around the world has been amazing and we thank each and everyone of you who have sent messages and donated to our givealittle page.
To all of you lots of love ❤️" they added.
The givealittle page was opened by their long-time friend Mary Massara to help them in their treatments, vitamins as well as general living costs.
"These two amazing women have been at the forefront of many worthwhile causes and given generously of their time and money to a range of charities. They now need our help. Please support us supporting them" Mary wrote on the Givealittle page.
Almost $136,000 has been raised since the page was first created.
Earlier Lynda and Jools had to stay apart, in order to protect each other as they are both battling breast cancer.
In June, they shared that Jools had completed her treatment so could travel to where Lynda is, so they spent their birthday together after being apart for 4.5 months!