The illness should not be a barrier neither for studying nor for securing a future. It is not necessary to give advantages to survivors.
The illness has made me a fighter, helped me in facing difficulties with more positive attitude, and I don't think I'm in a worst position than other young people who have not gone through it.
Any act of different behavior towards cancer survivors becomes a discrimination itself, since all we want is to be treated like any other person.
The only way to fully understand it, like everything else in life, is if it actually happens to you, so the people around you and their help is very important. Most of the time though, people are not aware of the ways they can help.