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Ali jawad paralympics. Tokyo 2020 Paralympics: Ali Jawad rejects Crohn's disease treatment in bid to compete

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British Paralympian Ali Jawad has rejected treatment for Crohn's disease - refusing a stem cell trial involving chemotherapy and perhaps a stomach bag - in a bid to qualify for Tokyo He said: "I had two choices: a stem cell trial which involved aggressive chemotherapy or a stomach bag. He spent the following year "bed ridden and in and out of hospital", before recovering and winning Commonwealth kg bronze on the Gold Coast in and gold at the World Para-powerlifting European Championships the same year. Speaking to BBC Radio 5 live's Friday Sports Panel , the year-old said: "Right now, I'm in that top eight after last year's performances but I don't know what shape I'll be in by the time I get there because every week we're dealing with a disease which is so unpredictable. He said he had always wanted to be one of the first people with Crohn's disease to win a medal at an Olympics or Paralympics, and that he and swimmer Kathleen Baker had both achieved it at Rio Of his decision to refuse treatment before Tokyo qualifying, he said: "Sometimes it's mind over matter - when you're so used to that amount of pain on a daily basis it becomes the norm and, with some of the days that are less painful, you don't take them for granted.