Kale has been blessed to have his past scans come back clear. When he was diagnosed in June of 2015 he spent the next almost 9 months straight in the hospital receiving CHEMO treatments. He was then in and out of the hospital for the next 3 months finishing up his CHEMO treatments! He had his last dose of CHEMO on June 12, 2016.
Kale loves being able to be at school with his classmates this year. He loves everything to do with the farm, especially John Deere and Beck's Hybrids! He enjoys being a big brother to Kyson and Kinzlie.
Kale thanks everyone for all of their love and support during his CHEMO treatments and extended hospital stay!
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