Coronation Street fans in tears as Sinead Tinker breaks down over her chemotherapy treatments

Coronation Street fans in tears as Sinead Tinker breaks down over her chemotherapy treatments

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CORONATION Street fans were left in tears tonight as Sinead Tinker broke down over her chemotherapy.

She told husband Daniel that she wants to carry on undergoing treatments – but if she is still feeling terrible, her next round will be last.

Sinead broke down in tears during tonight’s Corrie

Sinead said she is keen to spend as long as she can with him and their son, but confessed the treatments were really taking their toll on her.

Fans at home became emotional as Sinead told Daniel her wishes, and they took to Twitter to make their feelings known.

One said: “This is so sad! #CoronationStreet”.

Another wrote: “Oh my god I’m in actual tears watching Sinead cry over her treatments.”

A third added: “Hand me a tissue #CoronationStreet”.

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Daniel has promised to care for Sinead until the end

Meanwhile actress Katie McGlynn has confessed that Sinead’s tragic storyline has given her a lust for life.

Speaking about the storyline, Katie told Daily Star: “It has made me realise that time is precious.

“You can’t take any minute for granted because you never know what’s around the corner. A plot like this gets instilled in your brain and makes you grateful to be here.”

Sinead found the lump on her wedding day before doctors confirmed she had just months to live.

The actress told Philip Schofield and Holly Willougby on This Morning that she sobbed through her last scenes.

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Sinead Tinker was hit with the news that her cancer is terminal in last week’s episodes of Corrie
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She said: “It’s heartbreaking, but it’s real life. When we were doing scenes that day, I thought that I can’t imagine this happening to me.

“Deep down [Sinead] knows [about her cancer], but she makes sure she enjoys her wedding, she’s so brave.”

The star also said she told bosses she wanted her to die: “I was talking to [Corrie bosses] Iain [MacLeod] and Kate [Oates] about this story.

“I told them that I think I might want to leave due to not having a big storyline, but when I was given this, I told her that I want her to die as life isn’t a fairytale.”

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