For the average teenager, high school can be a difficult time. Trying to find the delicate balance between good grades and friends can be a very stressful one. For Harman Dhindsa, high school was the least of his worries. He was diagnosed with osteosarcoma as a teen, and for the first time since his battle, he was able to do the Terry Fox Run. He speaks with Centennial Journalism’s Richard Lee-Sam. Listen to the interview here.