Brain cancer survivor finds strength to run marathons

Houston, TX — A 34-year-old man with a brain tumor competes in the Chevron Houston Marathon.

Harsh Bhasin was diagnosed with brain cancer when he was a young boy.

According to Bhasin, doctors were unable to remove the tumor due to its location and it made him visually impaired.

“There are limits, but I found running helped me fill that gap,” Bhasin said.


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