Mumbai: Many young cancer patients will now have a chance to enrol themselves in short-term courses in photography, animation and painting and get on with the wonders of learning, otherwise frequently disrupted by the disease.Nashik-based Yashwantrao Chavan Maharashtra Open University (YCMOU) will soon roll out these vocational courses for young patients - mainly in their teens and also early 20s - of the Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, an official said.University vice chancellor R. Krishnakumar took the lead when he read about a 21-year-old student, Vaibhav Shinde, and his zeal for learning despite suffering from leukaemia.
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