Thriver stories give you hope and inspiration to begin a new journey yourself. Read on and get inspired by celebrity thriver, Yuvraj Singh’s story.
Ace Indian cricketer, Yuvraj Singh, has written about his struggle with ‘mediastinal seminoma’, a rare type of cancer for which he underwent treatment for three months in the US.
In his memoir titled ‘In Different Form’, Yuvraj talks about his journey through life, cancer and how he found inspiration in Lance Armstrong. Post that, the star cricketer launched an awareness program called YouWeCan to help fellow cancer victims overcome the disease and the struggle that is an inevitable part of it.
Admirably, Yuvraj Singh has emerged from this ordeal with flying colours. He is an inspiration to many because of his positive attitude and willingness to help others through his program.
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