Disease doesn't keep Seton's Kendall Krick from earning D-I scholarship
Every week, Kendall Krick's father injects her with a chemotherapy drug called methotrexate.
Timing is everything with the injection, because, even though it is a small dose, it makes her ill, feeling nauseated and weak.
Once that passes, after a day or so, the fierce, determined senior point guard is ready to roll and lead her Chandler Seton Catholic basketball teammates on the court.
She has done this since was diagnosed with dermatomyositis in the second grade, when she'd be in tears because she couldn't reach the rim with her shot in basketball and would fall every time she changed... read more
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