Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Homelessness, Hurricane Katrina, cancer can't stop Germanna student who wins national award for work done while undergoing therapy for lymphoma

He was homeless as a child, lost his job to Hurricane Katrina, then developed cancer.

But John W. Tyler won't be stopped by anything.

Tracy Bell, editor of The Stafford Sun, reports on a Germanna Community College student who won a national award for technological innovation while undergoing cancer therapy.

He says only thinking of his young daughter kept him going through exhaustion and depression related to the treatments.

Now doctors tell him he's beaten lymphoma.

And John Tyler has a lot to live for.

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