Professional BMX athlete Josh Perry is a role model in the world of extreme sports. At just 21-years-old, after working his entire youth at his passion, biking, he was diagnosed with a life-threatening brain tumor. Despite his diagnosis, Josh was determined that his 'genes were not his destiny'. Today, Josh inspires others with his story of recovery and perseverance.

In an interview with FOX News' Crystal Berger, Josh Perry discusses his work on and off the trail. He explains how he turned a death sentence into his ultimate destiny and how self-education can change the expression of your genetic make-up. Perry gives hope to those who believe they have obstacles that they simply can't overcome.

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