At 24, Scott Collins was enjoying life to the fullest when he suddenly started experiencing headaches and blacking out.
The young cook from Mount Gambier, South Australia, would often have migraines so severe he would vomit in the middle of the night.
After seeing six different doctors who thought the symptoms were due to stress or a sinus infection, one physician insisted he had an MRI – which found a brain tumour the size of a grapefruit.
‘I was practically on my deathbed but didn’t even realise it; the tumour was pushing my brain into my skull and causing the headaches,’ Scott told Daily Mail Australia.
Within an hour of having the MRI he was flown to the Royal Adelaide Hospital for surgery in November 2017.
Scott Collins (pictured, left) experienced extreme headaches and…
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