In this story published by UNSW, Adry Awan talks about how he went from cancer patient to university graduate. Below he talks a bit about why he wrote this piece. When I was diagnosed with an aggressive form of testicular cancer at the age of 17, I believed that I would not be able to achieve my dream of going to university. I was in year 12 at the time of my diagnosis, working hard to pass the HSC. Like all my classmates, I was ready to reap the rewards of all of my hard work and begin the adventures Read more [...]
Josh discovered a lump in his testicle before his 23rd birthday, but it was dismissed by his GP. He speaks about seeking a second opinion which lead to a stage 1 testicular cancer diagnosis. You can find out more about his treatment and recovery on the Cancer Council website.