‘Really grateful’: Queens University student pushes through medical challenges to graduate

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Philip Josipovic said he barely can remember his childhood. When he was in 6th grade, a doctor found a brain tumor. It caused seizures and memory loss.

“I’m 22 today and the first 18 years of my life, I can’t remember just about any of it,” Josipovic said.

After facing years of medical challenges, he’s now set to graduate from Queens University. The university is holding a graduation ceremony Saturday.

>> In the video at the top of the page, watch Josipovic’s inspiring story of how he persevered and is able to make memories again.