David Haigh, Shirley Adrain, their daughter Saffron and son Austin in Jardine’s Lookout, Hong Kong. Adrain hesitated to tell her children and husband about her lung cancer diagnosis. Haigh lost both his parents to the disease. Photo: Edmond So
David Haigh, Shirley Adrain, their daughter Saffron and son Austin in Jardine’s Lookout, Hong Kong. Adrain hesitated to tell her children and husband about her lung cancer diagnosis. Haigh lost both his parents to the disease. Photo: Edmond So
Wellness

Lung cancer survivor credits keto diet, meditation, strength training, targeted therapy, and plenty of positivity for recovery

  • Despite never smoking, Shirley Adrain was diagnosed with lung cancer, and it spread to her liver, bones, thyroid and adrenal glands, neck, and chest
  • A genetic mutation meant she responded well to targeted therapy and this, along with some lifestyle changes, put her on the road to recovery and self-discovery

David Haigh, Shirley Adrain, their daughter Saffron and son Austin in Jardine’s Lookout, Hong Kong. Adrain hesitated to tell her children and husband about her lung cancer diagnosis. Haigh lost both his parents to the disease. Photo: Edmond So
David Haigh, Shirley Adrain, their daughter Saffron and son Austin in Jardine’s Lookout, Hong Kong. Adrain hesitated to tell her children and husband about her lung cancer diagnosis. Haigh lost both his parents to the disease. Photo: Edmond So
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