“J. Sid”, a Post contributor who wishes to remain anonymous, looking out along a reservoir in Singapore. She is currently undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer. Photo: Agnes Cheah

Beating pancreatic cancer: one woman’s story of how she survived a stage four diagnosis

  • A Post contributor who was told she had as little as six months to live explains how her tumour is now stable and she is off painkillers
  • A radical diet change, releasing suppressed emotions and embracing social support are among her survival tips
Topic |   Health and wellness

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“J. Sid”, a Post contributor who wishes to remain anonymous, looking out along a reservoir in Singapore. She is currently undergoing treatment for pancreatic cancer. Photo: Agnes Cheah
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