Dexter D’Souza (second from left), a cancer survivor who ran the 2017 New York City Marathon with a then undiscovered tumour growing in his leg, with his wife and two sons. Photo: SCMP / Edward Wong Dexter D’Souza (second from left), a cancer survivor who ran the 2017 New York City Marathon with a then undiscovered tumour growing in his leg, with his wife and two sons. Photo: SCMP / Edward Wong
Dexter D’Souza (second from left), a cancer survivor who ran the 2017 New York City Marathon with a then undiscovered tumour growing in his leg, with his wife and two sons. Photo: SCMP / Edward Wong

Life after cancer: survivor on how whole foods, yoga, breathing exercises and golf helped him stay healthy and active after huge leg tumour

  • Dexter D’Souza discovered he had a tumour the size of a beer bottle growing in his leg just three months after running the New York City Marathon
  • His recovery and continued active lifestyle have been boosted by switching to cycling, changing his diet, doing yoga and hitting the golf course

Topic |   Wellness
Dexter D’Souza (second from left), a cancer survivor who ran the 2017 New York City Marathon with a then undiscovered tumour growing in his leg, with his wife and two sons. Photo: SCMP / Edward Wong Dexter D’Souza (second from left), a cancer survivor who ran the 2017 New York City Marathon with a then undiscovered tumour growing in his leg, with his wife and two sons. Photo: SCMP / Edward Wong
Dexter D’Souza (second from left), a cancer survivor who ran the 2017 New York City Marathon with a then undiscovered tumour growing in his leg, with his wife and two sons. Photo: SCMP / Edward Wong
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