“Oskar strong” – Philadelphia Flyers forward Oskar Lindblom celebrates two years of cancer-free

Flyers forward Oskar Lindblom celebrates two years of being cancer-free which was first diagnosed in 2019.

Oskar Lindblom back on ice after celebrating cancer-free day for 2 years
Oskar Lindblom back on ice after celebrating cancer-free day for 2 years
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The Swedish ice hockey professional Oskar Lindblom celebrates being cancer-free for two years. Oskar is part of the Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League. He’s been battling the disease for some time now, and his cancer-free day is finally celebrated. All of his fans, teammates, and beloved ones have stood by his side for these past few years.

Oskar took help from the Instagram account to celebrate the milestone he achieved and was full of gratitude to those who have treated and supported him since his Ewings sarcoma diagnosis in 2019. In an article, he showed how much his girlfriend, Alma Lindqvist’s support has been a pillar for me to bounce back.

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Two years of cancer-free day celebrated by Lindblom

Oskar Lindblom back on ice after celebrating cancer-free day for 2 years
Oskar Lindblom back on ice after celebrating cancer-free day for 2 years

Early detection and treatments helped the veteran forward make his inspirational return to the NHL possible, as said on nhl.com. Philadelphia Flyers forward player, Oskar Lindblom shared a few photos from his time at the hospital of the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday, two years from the day he was addressed as cancer-free.

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The photo consisted of him, his girlfriend, and the hospital staff. Throughout his vigorous fight NHL teams and players, even players from rival teams showered him with support, by making up “Oskar Strong” shirts to wear for games. All of his Flyers teammates wore his jersey before a game. His recovery is definitely a milestone to be celebrated every year.

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