At 23 years of age, a shooting pain in the left knee during a regular morning run can easily be ignored. This was not the case for Fred. Subsequent scans and doctors' appointments soon resulted in the shocking diagnosis of osteosarcoma - a rare and deadly bone cancer.
Rattled by the prospect of premature death, Fred made a decision to do everything in his power to survive and help those experiencing what he was forced to endure.
A narrative relevant to survivors, carers and victims alike, One Autumn Day gives unparalleled insight into the effects and implications of the most vicious and undiscriminating disease known to man: cancer.
Fred's physical and psychological battles are both encouraging and inspirational. His heart-warming story will certainly offer consolation and reassurance to those living with the reality of cancer.