Johnny Ruffo revealed his devastating brain cancer diagnosis last month.
He has now taken to social media to thank the “amazing” medical team helping him as he undergoes radiotherapy treatment.
The former Home and Away star looked to be in good spirits as he posed for the photo with some of the medical staff helping him through his treatment.
He wrote: “These guys are the real stars, my amazing radiotherapy team”.
Over the weekend, the 29-year-old stepped out for a charity gala in Sydney which was his first public appearance since revealing his cancer diagnosis.
He looked suave in a classic tuxedo as he and dancer girlfriend Tahnee Sims walked the red carpet at the Save Our Sons gala, raising money for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Johnny was rushed to hospital last month after having a severe migraine and it turned out to be an aggressive form of brain cancer.
After being rushed to hospital, the actor slipped into a coma, and it was discovered he had a brain tumour that needed to be operated on immediately but revealed only 95 per cent of it was removed because it was “too close to some nerves”.
Johnny is now undergoing radiation treatment for six weeks, and will then have a four-week break before a six-month stint of chemotherapy.
With the support of his close family and friends, the actor is maintaining a positive outlook.