At 19, Danny Taberner was recovering from testicular cancer when he suffered a pulmonary embolism. The young Latics fan was determined to overcome the setback and follow his dream of going to university to read civil engineering.
Now 24, Mr Taberner has gained not one but two degrees in the subject and is pursuing his ambitions as a civil engineer. He was able to combine studying for his graduate and masters degrees with treatment for his condition thanks to a digital health service provided by the local NHS.
Self-testing gave me the freedom to work here, there and everywhere without having to go to the clinic. The service allowed me to enhance my career and pursue my ambitions as a civil engineer.