Osteosarcoma Survivor Dancer I am a professional dancer. Believe it or not, I became a professional dancer about 20 years after the onset of osteosarcoma, despite the onset of osteosarcoma at the base of my right foot. I developed osteosarcoma at the base of my right foot in the summer of 10 years old. The doctor in charge was in a state where I expected a desperate result from my condition. My doctor explained to me about amputation of my right leg and confirmed my consent. Amputation of the right leg will have a huge impact on my future life. If my right leg had been amputated at the time, my life experience now and now would have been quite different. As a professional dancer, I made many friends through dance. And I was able to enjoy my life through dancing. By dancing the dance while feeling happy and having people see the dance, I was able to make the viewer happy. My right foot is a miraculous right foot that was miraculously left behind with a one-millionth or one-millionth chance. The cartilage has been removed from the base of my right foot, and even now, 40 years after the osteosarcoma surgery, that discomfort and discomfort during walking still remain. But that doesn't matter at all. I want to take good care of this left foot and work with this right foot to make people in the world happy. I started dancing. At first, I started with my own interests, but through dance, I have been able to connect with people. Dance taught me that the connection with people is stronger than the steel chains and gives off a beautiful light.