Meet a rare cancer survivor cycling to raise funds for a cure

A survivor of a rare form of cancer, who had part of his leg amputated, leads a team of indoor cyclists at an event to raise funds for rare cancer research.
1:55 | 03/13/18

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It's still. Something that's happening to my bottom control at least. My body I feel healthy. He never wavered at. I feel like he's he's tribal warrior and if you can have this motivation and attitude of these continues trial. VE. Support. With us attitude. He's my inspiration. The community they'll love us or he's look he's a song and I. Police shot and knows he's going. Instead of debilitating back surgery. NASDAQ in the pool just under two weeks. It's all try to reach out to at least one more person. Because chances are they too have been touched by cancer. In some way shape or form.

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