“If I was able to overcome the disease and learned to live without a leg, so I can have something more!” — Gaby Shall.
Good story about brave and very beautiful girl Gabi Shull. In her life everything had to be different. Happy holiday, your first date, sporty runs with friends. Instead, a very young girl received the scary diagnosis and a desperate struggle with cancer.
In 2011 after a bad fall on the rink, Gabby felt the pain in his knee. Osteosarcoma, the diagnosis was announced by doctors. Aggressive malignant tumor, which cells originate from the bone and produce this fabric. The girl’s parents were prepared for the worst, but the clinic they were asked to try innovative rotary amputation, which allows to preserve the mobility of the legs. Doctors removed the cancerous patella, and the thigh sewed the bottom part of the leg, turning it 180 degrees. Stop replaced the lost tribe.
Gaby has always dreamed of becoming a ballerina. To injury and illness, she was actively engaged in classical dance. “After I had a leg amputated, had to pull himself from his hospital bed. And what prompted me to walk again, was the idea that I want to do ballet, as before,” says Gaby.
The girl remembers that in the process of recovery, it faced serious difficulties, which are unlikely to be able to overcome without her dancing dreams and a loving family that was always there. “At first it was very painful, and I was always afraid to bear weight on the leg. It took me about a year and sessions with a personal trainer to make independent steps without any help.” A year Gabi Shull came on the scene.
Gabi Shull — young ballerina
Today a young dancer not only works on the realization of their dreams, but also conducts active public work in the organization, which helps children suffering from cancer, and in the future plans to connect his life with medicine.
“When I’m older, I would like to specialize in Pediatrics or working as a nurse, or become one of those scientists who seek the cure for cancer, says Gaby. — If I was able to beat cancer and learned to live with a prosthesis and make it look like I am no different from others, I believe I can do anything.”