There is an amazing young man by the name of Keven Stonewall who is well on his way to creating a vaccine for cancer. He is just 19 years old and hails from our great city of Chicago.
Keven Stonewall is currently working at Rush University and has been making headlines with his great progress in creating a vaccine that could potentially cure colon cancer. Stonewall began his commitment as just a freshman at the Chicago High School for Agricultural Sciences. He began his internship at Rush Medical Center’s university during his senior year. He has been researching how to utilize chemotherapy to isolate some cancer cells while still promoting a healthy immune system.
Stonewall has already won awards for his research. He has made such strides as discovering older patients are in need of a different vaccine. Colon cancer is the third most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death for both men and women in America.
Stonewall is currently a student the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where he’s studying biomedical engineering. If successful his vaccination could go a long way to help prevent colon cancer.
We just had to take the time and illuminate the great work of an incredible young man in Chicago. This is someone that could potentially go in the history books. Keep your eyes open for more on Keven Stonewall and let him know that you appreciate his work @thatkevenguy