Brevard, N.C. - Brevard College football player Adam Cordell was diagnosed with human chorionic gonadotropin early this year. This condition is so rare that treatment for the condition did not exist until three years ago. Only two NCAA student-athletes have been diagnosed with this disease, with former University of Tennessee basketball standout Christ Lofton, being the other one.
Adam recently went through an aggressive batch of chemotherapy treatments and eventually hopes to return to the playing field for the Tornados.
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