Cancer Diagnosis for Greek Australian Striker Dylan Tombides

Greek Australian striker Dylan Tombides is undergoing treatment for testicular cancer.

The soccer player was diagnosed with cancer while he was in Mexico for the FIFA Under 17s World Cup.

After the diagnosis, he returned to England as to begin medical treatment immediately.

He has already begun his first course of chemotherapy at St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London. Doctors say that he will make a full recovery in terms of his illness. He will have to undergo the standard series of treatments for his condition, including chemotherapy.

Craig Moore, Former Newcastle defender and Australia International player, advised the 17-year -old player to stay positive and keep his head up. It is not an easy situation, but he will have to deal with it, with the support of all his friends and family, who have supported him from the very first moment.