As planned, Kendall had her scheduled CT scans following her 2nd cycle of this investigational drug PLK1. Because this was a Phase 1 study, we knew it was a calculated risk to try something new and unproven. Her scans thankfully showed NO new growth. Her tumors in her abdomen are smaller, but we attribute that to the radiation treatment we received in Roanoke. Her lung tumors remain stable and unchanged. Although it’s not what we had hoped for, we are blessed that her disease is stable. We will continue to aggressively try drugs to help her fight this disease. Kendall is home now and will begin another therapy next week. We would like to thank the Dr’s, nurses, and staff at Scottsdale Healthcare for your exceptional care for our Kenny! We will miss seeing you all. Thanks for making us feel so welcomed!
Special thanks to Tgen, Dr Ramanathan, Dr Demeure, Dr Bussey, Dr Von Hoff, and Troy Richards for all of your efforts. Troy was diagnosed in 1999 with ACC and because of his efforts this rare cancer is being researched with hopes of finding a cure. We are lucky to call you our friend! We have met some very nice people here during our stay. Thank you all for loving Kendall and praying for her to get well soon.
Thanks for all of the support from Team Kendall during this treatment. We couldn’t have done it without you. God Bless!
Keep Believing Kendall! You Got This!
Keeping you guys in our thoughts as always and keep sending the good news:)
Have been thinking about you alot. Keeping the prayers going up for you. May God Bless you and your family and bring good health back to you again.
Love and Prayers Kendall.
Welcome home sweet Kenny! We love ya gurl!
We will sure miss you! It has been an honor to be a part of your team!
Kendall, keeping you in our prayers! Stay strong!
Since I gave you the secret “Potato recipe” you are now part of the Franks Family, keep in touch and were just going to be sending good thoughts your way!!
Welcome home, Kendall! I just learned from uncle David that you are at home! I had been checking your website for news. I am thankful to see that there is some good news in your report. I hope you will have some time to relax before next treatment. It is a remarkable accomplishment that you continue your education while “on the road.” It demonstrates your strong determination, which is an inspiration to your Team! You consume my daily prayers and thoughts as you continue your journey to wellness. Your illuminated, trademark smile is etched in my memory. Prayers and blessings for you and your family.
Kendall, We are glad you are home again and keep praying for a cure glad you are stable though. Hope you and your family have a good Summer. As always continuing to lift you and your family in our thoughts and prayers. You continue to inspire everyone around you and stay strong and keep the faith.
Welcome home Kendall! I enjoyed seeing your beautiful prom picture and so glad you enjoyed it! Keep up the fight, and we will all continue to pray for you and give you the strength you need to get through this. Maybe we can get together since “school’s out for summer!”
Good morning! Woke up thinking about you and know you are doing well!
Keep fighting . . . . good things happen to good people.
WOW! Am I tardy in recognizing your return home!!!! (rhetorical question) Your Team is eager to know the final results of your visit. It is great that you are getting the best help available, thanks to your caring dad and family. In the meantime, your Team will continue to enjoy seeing your bright, trademark smile throughout the community! Prayers and blessings