Julia Louis-Dreyfus got the support of the former Vice President of the United States, Joe Biden, after announcing that she was diagnosed with breast cancer. The 74-year-old politician insists that "veeps" like them are not easily defeated, not even by the deadly disease.

To recall, Loius-Dreyfus also plays the part of a fictional vice president in the television show,veep.”

The diagnosis was revealed in a tweet by the actress-comedienne on Thursday. She then was flooded with a lot of support from her fans, followers, and friends alike.

Biden’s support to Louis-Dreyfus

“We Veeps stick together,” Joe Biden told Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a tweet along with a snap of them together at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner in 2014. “Jill and I, and all of the Bidens are with you, Julia.”

The “Saturday Night Live” star accepted his support and agreed that the “veeps” like them are always there for each other. She, too, sent her love back to him and his family.

To recall, the issue about cancer always touches Biden’s heart. He lost his eldest son, Beau Biden, to brain cancer in May 2015 after he was diagnosed with the illness in August 2013, People reported.

His son was 46-years-old. After that, he launched the nonprofit Biden Cancer Initiative at the Milken Institute Global Conference in May. With the aim of combatting the disease, this organization is going to work with world leaders to encourage “global collaboration on cancer research.”

Louis-Dreyfus announcement

“1 in 8 women get breast cancer.

Today, I’m the one,” Julia Louis-Dreyfus announced on Twitter.

Although this comes as bad news, she is still thankful that she has the most supportive group of caring friends. She is also grateful that she has great insurance with the help of her union.

She also explained that not every woman is fortunate enough not to have this kind of illness. The only thing they can do now is fight all kinds of cancer and make universal health care real.

However, Louis-Dreyfus didn’t give any further details about her situation. She doesn’t want to dwell on the negative with the outpouring of love and support she has been receiving, her rep told People.

On the other hand, “Veep” home network, HBO, also gave its well-wishes to Louis-Dreyfus and her family. In a statement, it said that they are confident enough that the “Seinfeld” star will get through this situation with her determination and fearless attitude. They are now looking forward to her recovery and her return to the final season of the political satire comedy series.