I have a hearing impairment, but that does not stop me from leading a normal life.
Having had the illness during childhood doesn’t make me feel any different from other young people with regard to working and training opportunities.
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.