At just 10 years old, I developed osteosarcoma, but I felt very happy. The reason is that the adults around me and my friends wrote to me and shared my happiness. On the shelf next to the hospital bed, a sympathy melon gives off a very mellow scent. A happy smile occasionally appears in the serious eyes of the nurse and the doctor in charge, reassuring me. So I got cancer but I’m happy. Very comfortable. Mom, I’m glad I was born.



At the age of 10, one in one million people develops a rare cancer (osteosarcoma).
Cancer notification, amputation of right leg and life expectancy from the attending physician. From my own experience, I would like to convey the hearts of cancer patients, especially children with childhood cancer, to the world.