As we found out with Clints first battle with cancer, the medical bills are about to pour in, and so soon after his last battle with this disease. We love Clint so very much and are absolutely devastated at the recent news that his cancer is back.
Please read below for more details, and a little history of Clints battle against AML leukemia.
On July 7, 2017 Clint was given the unfortunate news that his leukemia has relapsed and he must undergo immediate treatment (after only a short 9 months of being in remission).
On Friday, July 14th Clint will begin chemotherapy again. He will spend one month in the hospital until he is well enough, he will then go home for approximately a week (as long as all goes well), after that week he will return to the hospital for another round of chemo, and he will stay again for a month; first week he will undergo the chemo treatment and then 3 weeks of recovery, (basically the same process as before), and once he is stable and meets the criteria, he will prepare for the bone marrow transplant, and God willing, be cancer free for good this time.
Please help us in lightening the financial burden that Clint and his family will face once again as they fight another time to get Clint healthy and cancer free for good!
On June 6th, 2016 Clint was diagnosed with AML leukemia. He spent 145 days in a 4 month span in the hospital undergoing intense chemo treatments, and enduring incredible amounts of pain and agony due to the terrible side effects of the chemo; STILL, Clint fought like a champ AND On October 29th, 2016 Clint was cancer free and preparing to go home for good!
During the nearly 9 months that Clint was cancer free, he made many accomplishments and strived every day to live life to the fullest and enjoy every moment life has to offer.
Clint was able to start back with his lacrosse team (his #1 goal during treatment) in early spring as a starting defender and, ultimately led his team to win the D2 state championships!
He walked with his graduating class to receive his diploma (after finishing his senior year of school work while in the hospital). He was able to travel with his family and his girlfriend to many beautiful locations, and really start to enjoy this coming summer cancer free.
Unfortunately, all too soon, Clint has been forced to fight this battle once again. We have complete faith in him, as he is one amazing fighter, and his love for life shines through beyond the darkest of days.
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God bless and many thanks