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Dec 13, 2021

What does it take to survive a crisis? Life is full of ups and downs, but how do you react when the bottom falls out? I’m talking about a diagnosis. I’m talking about injury. I’m talking about loss.

In this interview, Josh Komen, a former athlete and a cancer survivor, shares his personal story of overcoming the odds to become an inspiration for everyone who has ever felt hopeless or lost in their own life. You will learn about pain, gratitude, and realization.

In 2011, Josh was the number one 800m runner in New Zealand. Then the tables turned when he was diagnosed with Acute Myeloid Leukaemia not once but twice. Over ten years, he would receive life-saving radiation and chemotherapy treatment, undergo Allogenic Stem Cell Transplant, Graft vs host disease, ten days on life support, and trigeminal neuralgia, which is the worst pain known to man, heart attacks and severe depression.

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