“Jason was born on 17th April 1974 at Fairfield Hospital, Sydney, Australia. Born two months premature, Jason needed to be confined to a humidy crib for more than a month. Suffering from Jaundice and a liver malfunction, Jason was not expected to live. Three days after Jason was born, the priest came to give him his Last Rights.
Luckily, Jason survived. Jason’s strength was tested yet again, at 18 months old, doctors discovered Jason was suffering from a rare form of bone cancer, the only one and first to be diagnosed with this crippling disease in Australia. Jason’s doctor tried different forms of treatments, including Chemo and radiation therapy for two years. Finally, they found a treatment that worked on Jason’s Cancer, causing him to be in and out of hospital for 7 years.
Another day went by where Jason was on his way to have yet another Cancer treatment, however this particular day, he never forgot.
For the first time, Jason heard “Don’t stop ’til you get enough” blaring from the car radio. It was this day that changed Jason forever. He fell in love with the song and soon after with the dance moves from Michael Jackson’s “Billie Jean” Television performance. This is what made Jason get up and try some moves of his own. From that moment on, Jason began to dedicate his time and life to Michael Jackson.
At 10, doctors gave Jason a clear bill of health, meaning he was cured from the life threatening disease that almost killed him. The cancer Jason had for 7 years, had gone into remission and never come back to haunt him. Now Jason lives and breathes Michael Jackson 24/7.”
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Delly Carr – “Billie Jean”