A soccer player who returned to the pitch after overcoming testicular cancer is a hot topic.
German professional football Bundesliga Dortmund striker Sebastien Haller (29) returned to the field as a substitute in the 29th minute of the second half of a practice match against Fortuna Düsseldorf in Marbella, Spain on the 11th (Korean time). Upon Haller’s return, Bein Sports said, “Haller reappeared with Dortmund.”
Haller was diagnosed with testicular cancer during a medical examination in July last year. He drew attention as a striker to fill the vacancy of Erling Holland, who left for Manchester City (England). However, before the start of the 2022-23 season in July, Dortmund said, “Haler had to leave the training ground early. A tumor was discovered in the testicle during a medical examination. He will undergo further examination at 온라인바카라. a specialized medical center.”
The tumor turned out to be malignant, i.e. cancer. Cancer treatment was inevitable. He went straight into fighting the disease. Haller underwent two surgeries. He subsequently underwent four rounds of chemotherapy. He also underwent chemotherapy treatment after surgery. Haller, who met with local media after the game, said, “I am in good shape and I am eating well.”
“It’s a really cool moment,” Haller said. I received a lot of support and messages and after 6 months I finally got to wear a Dortmund shirt for the first time. I missed this feeling. I want to play for as long as possible while staying healthy until the end of the season. I will be able to digest a longer time in the next game,” he said of his return.