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.
As a survivor of osteosarcoma, I felt at least a sense of discomfort due to surgery at the base of my right foot, which had developed cancer.
When I danced creative dance as a professional dancer, I was very active, had some hard movements, and occasionally felt pain in my right leg.
But I had a special awareness of the pain.
Pain in the right leg can only be felt because of the onset of osteosarcoma and the miraculously left leg.
I am grateful for the pain. I have no complaints about this pain.
If God helped me to leave this right foot miraculously, I would like to thank God and the right foot that gave birth to the miracle.
As a creative dancer, I desperately dance with this miracle right foot.
And he has decided to attract people and give back.