Updates

Cancer Sucks… times 100

January 25, 2014     This is perhaps the most difficult update we have tried to produce since the start of Kenny’s battle with Glioblastoma Metaforme (GBM) in late 2012.  In spite of trying just about every “mainstream” medical intervention that has been recommended, as well
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City of Hope… And a Season of Hope…

12/20/2013 The positive MRI report from November 5th was welcome news and gave us reason to be cautiously optimistic.  Since that time Kenny has continued to battle the side effects of his chemo therapy and as the month wore on his symptoms seemed to worsen.  The worsening symptoms dr
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Cautious Optimism

November 8, 2013 Update   Cautious Optimism is probably the best way to describe the mood in the SuperKenny camp after the latest MRI on November 5th.  For those supporters who have been following closely you will recall that the results from the August MRI were very discouraging
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Fighting On…

Kenny’s sister posted a message about Kenny’s “Cancerversary” on her personal blog and we wanted to share it here as well. We also wanted to share Kenny’s latest comment in regards to celebrating his 1 year mark of fighting cancer. Please see these update
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ONE YEAR…

September 25, 2013   It’s been 1 year since Kenny started having headaches and entered the ER with what we now know today as one of the biggest fights of his life.  The last 12 months have been filled with ups and downs… an emotional roller coaster as we have come to call it.  Bu
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8/28/13

August 28, 2013   The past six weeks have been a roller coaster of good and bad news.   In mid to late July Kenny began to experience nausea and vomiting that seemed unrelated to his drug therapy and was not controlled by his nausea medication.  It started with sporadic and
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8/28/2013

August 26, 2013 The past six weeks have been a roller coaster of good and bad news. In mid to late July Kenny began to experience nausea and vomiting that seemed unrelated to his drug therapy and was not controlled by his nausea medication.  It started with sporadic and relatively mil
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8/13/2013

Two new MRI’s were performed this week and unfortunately they show tumor growth in two new areas of Kenny’s brain. A preliminary review of the first MRI showed the original tumor was greatly reduced in size and looking good (hence the good news we received last Thursday), but then day
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5/28/2013

After cyber-knife radio surgery and the addition of a new drug (avastin) in March, Kenny had a follow up MRI on May 16. Results of the new MRI are encouraging and seem to reflect tumor shrinkage. In the meantime Kenny continues on two main drugs, one being an oral medication that is t
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