For most people in their early 20s, it's either about building good careers that can make lots of money for brighter futures, or searching for love to ensure even more complete and happier lives. But for 24-year-old Teerapat Boonyakiat, it's all about doing everything he can to stay alive.
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What began early last year as a sore muscle around his left knee turned out to be osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer usually found in children and young adults.
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