- Author: Joshua Wilson
- Published: 19th May '16
- Channel: Childhood Eye Cancer Trust (CHECT)
- Region: UK
Joshua was first diagnosed with eye cancer at 18 months. Joshua talks about the impact of losing his sight.
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Joshua became involved in a charity providing trips for children with cancer when he was younger, and he always thought about whether he’d get cancer himself. He has learnt to laugh and enjoy life, and push himself past his cancer.
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