Cancer treatment leads to award-winning agriscience fair project
Austin Hooten knew oil and gas was the biggest industry in Oklahoma, but he had no idea it would play an important role in his life.
Hooten, 18, a senior at Stillwater High School in Stillwater, Okla., was diagnosed with lymphoma in the sixth grade. During an appointment with his oncologist, he learned the port used to deliver his chemotherapy medications was made of plastic and rubber, both oil and gas by-products.
“Indirectly, oil and gas by-products saved my life,” he says.
Read how this discovery inspired his award-winning agriscience fair project on the FFA website.