In July 2017, Kevin Harrington was diagnosed with Bladder and Prostate Cancer, State 4. Doctors at University of Michigan started Kevin on chemotherapy. The chemotherapy was to kill the cancer cells before Kevin was operated on in November 2017.
A few months after the diagnoses, Kevin underwent surgery to remove his bladder, prostate and 19 lymph nodes.
Kevin is brave. When you talk to him, he is consistently optimistic.
His goal was to rejoin his job at UPS in early January 2018.
On January 13, 2018, Kevin's doctors found cancer in one of the 19 lymph nodes that were removed. The doctors at the University of Michigan immediately started Kevin on a 2nd round of chemotherapy and a cutting edge amino therapy that is in clinical trials. The amino
therapy targets those cells associated with bladder cancer.
The upshot of the last hellish 9 months, is that Kevin is strong, planning
on going back to work in April 2018, and deeply in debt. His Disability ran out on the 9th of December. The medical bills continue to add on
and the treatments are difficult and costly.
Kevin is not someone to ask for help. He has always been self-sufficient and supported his family - his wife Amy and his two children.
His many friends, including myself, want to help Kevin. We have set
a goal to help Kevin pay down his many medical bills.
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