Four years on and rare cancer patient Paddy is doing well | Chris O'Brien Lifehouse
 In Inspiring Stories, Media Stories

Paddy was in Year 11 with great things ahead of him. But constant pain in his legs was stopping him from studying for his HSC.

When the results from an urgent MRI came back, his school principal called Paddy out of maths class so that he could hear the news.

It was a very rare type of sarcoma, one that affects only 13 children on average a year. Paddy shares the highs and lows in this article by Julie Power in the The Sydney Morning Herald, including saving on shampoo.

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