UPDATE: Harper's husband tells Ogunquit Playhouse that she is relaxing in an undisclosed location and is doing well, NECN local news reports. The playhouse also noted that Harper had been feeling "off" all week and was feeling faint in addition to clarifying that she never collapsed nor was she ever in a coma.
Valerie Harper has suffered another health scare.
The 75-year-old actress was rushed to the hospital on Wednesday night during a performance of her musical Nice Work If You Can Get It at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Maine, E! News confirms.
The Ogunquit Fire Department tells E! News that an ambulance was called at 8:56 p.m. for an unconscious 75-year-old female at the theater. Officials added that the patient was conscious when they arrived. She was then transported to York hospital.
York Hospital Media Relations also tells E! News, "Valerie Harper was admitted last night and discharged this morning." No further information on her condition is available.
Back in March 2013, Harper publicly revealed her terminal brain cancer diagnosis. She told People magazine that numerous tests showed she had leptomeningeal carcinomatosis, a rare disorder in which cancer cells metastasize into the fluid-filled membrane enveloping the brain. At the time, doctors had given the TV icon just three months to live.
However, five months later, Harper's doctor said on Today that she was "getting pretty close to remission," although he added that the prognosis is still terminal.
"It's not a matter of if [the cancer becomes resistant]," said Dr. Jeremy Rudnick, "it's a matter of when."
In April 2014, the Mary Tyler Moore Show actress released a statement via the Hallmark Channel and updated fans on her condition after an erroneous report claimed she was cancer-free. "I am not 'absolutely cancer-free,'" she said. "I wish I were. Right now what I am is cautiously optimistic about my present condition and I have hope for the future."
Wishing Harper a speedy recovery.