By Candice Krieger, April 17, 2008
Accountant Jason Boas would do anything to be having seder night at home with his family tomorrow night.
Instead, the 34-year-old will be undergoing a potentially life-saving operation to remove a tumour from his pancreas. But doctors have warned him there is a 15 per cent chance he will not survive it.
Mr Boas, of Mill Hill, North-West London, was diagnosed in October, after collapsing with stomach pains. He was told the tumour was inoperable and given 18 months to live.
But he endured six months of aggressive chemotherapy, and the tumour shrank to an operable size.