Julia Broad, a 37-year-old photographer, was diagnosed with stage 3 cervical cancer in early 2021. She emerged from treatment with a new perspective on life, she says. Photo: Winson Wong
Julia Broad, a 37-year-old photographer, was diagnosed with stage 3 cervical cancer in early 2021. She emerged from treatment with a new perspective on life, she says. Photo: Winson Wong
Wellness

Stage 3 cervical cancer treatment brings new perspective on life for photographer – she’s taken up meditation, stopped working overtime and adopted a largely plant-based diet

  • Julia Broad panicked at first, but meditation and breathwork helped her through cancer treatment. The disease has made her rethink her priorities
  • The Hong Kong-based Australian no longer pushes herself as hard, has largely given up eating meat, and spends more time with her husband, daughter and friends

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Julia Broad, a 37-year-old photographer, was diagnosed with stage 3 cervical cancer in early 2021. She emerged from treatment with a new perspective on life, she says. Photo: Winson Wong
Julia Broad, a 37-year-old photographer, was diagnosed with stage 3 cervical cancer in early 2021. She emerged from treatment with a new perspective on life, she says. Photo: Winson Wong
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