Help Kane Ivers-Osthus
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Native resident of Melbourne Beach Fl, Kane Ivers-Osthus, 24, completed his undergrad degree at the University of Florida in Gainesville. At the beginning of 2017, he accepted a position at the Temple University in Philadelphia, PA as a Graduate Assistant, and was promoted to Full Time as an equipment assistant. Kane was one of the staff that Coach Collins hired after working with Kane for two years at the University of Florida where Coach Collins was the Defensive Coordinator. Kane was admitted to Temple University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA and later was diagnosed with Leukemia. Kane is just beginning his fight and needs all the love and support that we can give. Everyone that knows Kane knows what an awesome genuine person he is. He always has a positive attitude and a smile on his face. Kane has long fight ahead of him and we want to help him and his family through this difficult time.+ Lire la suite
Kane is finished with 3 of his 4 month long infusions, he will start his last one in May and the plan is to be done with infusions on May 24. His last day of therapy happened to be on his 25th birthday, not sure if they gave him some birthday cake or not. He still needs to get cleared to go back to work, which he is looking forward to. We are continually amazed at the positive attitude Kane has kept through this whole ordeal and so appreciative of all the support he has gotten. His girlfriend has been his biggest advocate, supporter and caretaker, we are grateful she is there for him.
Kane was discharged from rehab yesterday and spent today with the Temple football team and the blood drive that was set up in his honor. He found out he had around 70 blood transfusions and wanted to help out. He completed the first of 95 units of chemo, he will go 5 days a week for 4 weeks then will have 4 weeks off. Thank you all for your thoughts, prayers and donations. He is on his way to a “normal” life.
Kane is in a rehab center and will begin his second type of chemo in 2 weeks.
Kane is doing very well at Megee rehab. He is getting stronger everyday. He is able to get out of bed and transfer to a chair with very little help. He is getting three therapies every day which makes him pretty tired by the end of the day. The therapist and doctors will meet on Wednesday and we will be able to find out how long he will be in rehab.