Keshawn was like every other 16 year old, going to school, participating in sports, and living a typical life. One day, while playing flag football, he heard a pop in his knee and his mother took him to the hospital. They were expecting to get some x-rays, a brace, and be on their way back home. However, Keshawn was diagnosed with osteosarcoma that day. He has endured a leg amputation, his cancer spreading to his pelvis and lungs, chemotherapy treatments, and countless visits to the hospital. Two years after his diagnosis, he is still fighting. Keshawn continues to inspire other with his positive light and will to never give up.
Every child diagnosed with childhood cancer inspires us to Rally On to find better treatments with fewer long-term side effects and, ultimately, cures. Please join us in the fight against childhood cancer by making a donation or setting up your own Rally fundraiser today.