Published Date Written by Jim Lewis
When Bryce Carter complained to his mother about pain in his left leg, she suspected it was simply a sports injury, the result of the rigors of football, or soccer, two pastimes he loved.
She took him to the hospital, where medical staff took X-rays. The results shocked her: Bryce had a tumor. A rare cancer was causing the pain.
Almost three years of surgeries, bone grafts, metal plates, intense chemotherapy, wheelchairs and crutches, followed. “They essentially rebuilt his left leg,’’ said Heather Carter, his mother . . .
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