Are life-saving accidents alive? Drew Gunby thinks it.
The young Texas, after suffering a car accident, gave him the opportunity treat the malignant brain tumor over time.
Drew He pulled a back seat of the trucks in front of an accident at the age of 15. He was taken to the emergency room to receive the most appropriate attention.
"It was the worst pain in my life, my chin was burning", said Gunby, now 21, on YouTube.
"After five minutes on the way, the driver lost control of his car and went from left to right, more than 80 km / h. He failed in a fence I went back to the back seat"he remembered.
"The windshield was completely destroyed. I cut my chin and received the points that were taken to the hospital. It was the only traveler who needed medical attention, "he added.
After giving high scores to the nurse, he had a CT scan to eliminate internal harm, but what They found a 5.5 cm tumor of the brain I was at least two years old.
Thanks to the "race" of luck Gunby, the doctors removed their tumors, without any delay, usually to have their normal life.
"If I did not have an accident, the tumors would last for a long time without symptoms"he said.
"It's something I'm still emotionally and emotionally processing today. From now on I do not give anything. "
Brain tumors are cataloged from 1 to 4. 1 and 2 are not carcinogenic and they grow slowly. 3 to 4 are evil, grow faster and difficult to treat.
Tumors develop without first symptom and spread over the brain.
There are some symptoms headache, convulsions, discomfort and vomiting, memory problems or personality changes, weakness, visual problems and articulating the phrases.
Treatment treatments may include surgery, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, even sometimes.
Malignant survival rate is approximately 15% after the diagnosis of the Cancer Research Institute in the United Kingdom.
On January 30 Drew celebrated "the celebration" of the sixth anniversary of the removal of cancer from surgery.
"I have fulfilled my goals I've changed the whole perspective I look at life"He wrote in his Facebook accounts.
"What the hell is cancer!", he concludes.