Dugan on Surviving: ‘90% Is in Your Mind’
After a few weeks of chemo, he was told he'd have to have his leg amputated, and his dreams of playing baseball were shattered... until doctors gave him the option of a rare surgery. The suggested surgery, which Dugan chose to undergo, would remove the cancer and reattach the remainder of his leg… backwards.
Today, at 13, Dugan walks with the help of a prosthetic leg. He is back on the baseball field pitching and playing first base.
In this moment from Friday’s show, Dugan tells Anderson his advice for young people facing a similar situation. Take a look at this inspirational kid...
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