After Breast Cancer, Siobhan Dillon Sings For Women Facing The Disease: ‘It’s The Body’s Way of Waking You Up’

Published May 19, 2020

After Breast Cancer, Siobhan Dillon Sings For Women Facing The Disease: ‘It’s The Body’s Way of Waking You Up’

Diagnosed at 30 as she took the stage in London's "Miss Saigon,' the singer says breast cancer sent her a message: "I was always in fight or flight mode, things had to change for me."

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