Coronation Street's Sinead Tinker's fate has been revealed in surprise twist
Coronation Street's Sinead Tinker is reportedly going to be given the chance to participate in an experimental - and possibly life-saving - cancer treatment in Germany.
The Weatherfield resident was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year, soon after finding out that she was pregnant with Daniel Osborne's baby.
She has since been lying to him about going to chemotherapy. Instead, she is trying alternative medicine in an effort to cure the cancer her own way.
The Sun report that she is going to get an unexpected chance to save her life as well as her son's, with an experimental treatment in Germany - one which won't harm her son.
A source told the publication:
"Sinead has been desperate to protect her baby's life, even if it means putting herself at risk.
"She has refused to entertain anything that has a chance of harming her son so when she is told about the medical trial in German she is over the moon.
"But when she's told it will cost £3,000 she realises she won't be able to afford it."
However, she is soon offered a lifeline by one of her family members.
Sinead's aunt, Beth, offers her the money to send her to Germany, but that ends up sending her into a moral panic over how she got the cash.
The Underworld stitcher spots a balaclava in her aunt's home, soon after Dev's shop is raided and the takings are stolen.
"It’s a case of whether she’ll use the stolen cash to save her life and her baby’s," the source added.