CARROLL COUNTY, Ga. – A Carroll County mom stated she shall be ceaselessly thankful to the individuals who have proven improbable kindness to her son, a highschool soccer participant scuffling with most cancers.
Kiki McDaniel is on Day 33. “I keep right here each and every evening. I am with Chase each and every unmarried day,” McDaniel stated.
Her son, 17-year previous Chase McDaniel, is a affected person at Youngsters’s Healthcare of Atlanta-Egleston Health facility.
Channel 2 Motion Information first reported on the highschool senior ultimate spring, in a while after he was once identified with lymphoma. The day Chase McDaniel realized the scoop was once the day of the promenade. He nonetheless took his date to the dance.
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After various rounds of chemotherapy, his mother stated he was once doing significantly better. However Sept. 17, all through a unique dinner the place he met Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan, he was once feeling unwell. He’s been within the extensive care unit ever since.
“Something about being within the medical institution is you’ll really feel forgotten,” his mom stated.
Chase McDaniel is a member of the Carrollton Top Faculty soccer group. At first of the season, he was once named co-captain.
Whilst he was once neatly sufficient, he took phase within the ceremonial coin tosses. Each sport, a teammate wears his quantity 42 jersey. A couple of weeks in the past, his classmates voted him one of the most homecoming kings.
His mother stated all this love has helped encourage her son to battle on.
“It is been truly superb to look at the best way our complete Carrollton Trojan country has simply been there for us and our circle of relatives. It is been superb,” Kiki McDaniel stated.
Kiki McDaniel stated the soccer group’s motto this season is “We do it for Chase.” Up to now, they’re undefeated.
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