It hasn’t been an easy 14 months for teenager Kenton Doust.
According to reports from whitecaps.com’s Farhan Devji, On October 10, 2015, a then 13-year-old Doust wasn’t feeling well after days of throwing up. Eventually, he fainted and was rushed to the hospital in the Comox Valley. Before the night was over he was airlifted to B.C. Children’s Hospital in Vancouver after a CT scan revealed that he had three brain tumors.
He had brain surgery four days later and after four difficult months of chemo, including 25 sessions of radiation, Doust learned that he was cancer free on May 19th, 2016.
Modern medicine played a huge role in Doust beating the devastating disease, but the Vancouver Whitecaps also played a huge role.
Doust, who is a diehard Whitecaps fan, received incredible support from Whitecaps’ players all throughout his battle and when he got the news he was cancer free, ‘Caps midfielder Russell …
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