The Clements twins father Kevin Clements was diagnosed with both Lymphoma and Leukemia in 2019. The pair asked their followers on Instagram to help them to save their dad.

Kevin is the proud, supportive and loving dad of Ava and Leah. He has been by his children’s side on every journey of them and is famous on social media.

The portrait of the Clement family when they had their vacation on 29 September 2020
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As a father, he has always encouraged his children to pursue their passions and live life to the fullest. He is proud of their career and also equally thinks about their education and makes sure of balanced it in their life.

He often shares stunning pictures with a heartwarming message on his social media handle.

What Happened To Kevin Clements?

Kevin needed a bone marrow transplant after his diagnosis. Thousands of people around the country responded to a call to find a bone marrow that match him.

Finally, the match was found in their own home with Kevin’s brother Chris. Chris was more than willing to help the family. Chris had once said that All he have to do is lay in bed for four hours and he saves his life. And, he also adds that he will do anything for him.

The transplant took place at the City of Hope National Medical Center in Duarte. Later three weeks of his treatment, he was cleared to leave the hospital.

During his treatment, he has shared many posts on his Instagram. On 7 December 2019, he posted his picture of himself bald where he shared that he was not able to open his eyes for two days due to severe dry eye from chemo.

Kevin Clement picture after seven days of transplant treatment
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On Christmas, 13 December 2019, he arrived first day home after 2 weeks in the hospital. Then he shared each and every moment with his family which he loved to do.

Meanwhile, on 15 January 2020, all the family were super excited about of PET scan results which were negative, a scan which was done to check cancer. It was a great sign going into his transplant on 1/17.

There he posted a picture on 16 January 2020 that unfortunately, he came down with a cough so now his treatment was moved to 1/24. On 21 January 2020 he was diagnosed with lymphoma and leukemia he started a no-sugar, plant-based diet.

Similarly, on 30 January 2020, he got his arm wrapped up so he don’t get his PICC line wet, black and blue eyes from passing out during his first radiation treatment, marks on his chest to align the led lung blockers during radiation, and his port. Still, battles every day and feels inspired by others on his floor.

On 3rd February 2020, he shared a picture of himself giving the details regarding his treatment. He mentioned that he received about 5 million stem cells from his brother.

Additionally, he explained the struggle and the rough days he shared in those days, dealing with heavy fatigue, nausea, and muscle aches. He thanks each and every member who had supported him throughout his journey. He feels blessed to have a new start in life.

25 February 2020 This day has been a nightmare for Kevin and his family as his blood levels had dropped a bit, then had an allergic reaction to his platelet transfusion so the medical personnel gave him some Benadryl and steroids to calm it down.

Kevin officially announced through his Instagram account on 19 May 2020 that he is cancer free from leukemia and lymphoma. Slowly, he started taking the Puri-T Liver Support Vitamins to feel more energy throughout the day, and another vitamin for getting him back on track-NeuroQ for boosting cognitive performance.

With time passes away he has recovered day by day and is enjoying his amazing days with his family members. He has been back in his daily routine and has been a support system for his family.

Now over three years of his bone marrow transplant he had given updates about his health through his Instagram account on 17th April that his checkup was great and the blood work well in his body but he still has some gvhd in his mouth.

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