When you’re a young adult pursuing education in something you’re passionate about, you expect difficulties. Tough courses, figuring out how to pay for college, tests and all-nighters are all par for the course.
What you don’t expect, is cancer.
But that’s what 19-year-old Molly Oldham from Charlotte, North Carolina, had to contend with last year when she was diagnosed with a brain tumor. Soon, it was more than just the tennis-ball-sized tumor in her brain that she had to deal with: She started experiencing seizures.
“It was just like one after the other after the other,” Oldham said, according to WCNC. “It was really hard.”