July 24, 2024

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Joey Kenward announces Leukaemia diagnosis

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Joey Kenward, a 46-year-old host at Sportsnet 650 and former broadcast host at Canucks Sports and Entertainment, has announced his leukaemia diagnosis. Currently undergoing treatment at Vancouver General Hospital, Kenward expressed gratitude for the medical care he's receiving while longing to get back home to his family soon.

Rogers Radio Vancouver Account Manager and Sportsnet 650 CISL host Joey Kenward has announced he has been diagnosed with leukaemia. The 46-year-old was a broadcast host and reporter with Canucks Sports and Entertainment from 2011-17, before moving to Sportsnet 650 when the station launched in 2017.  

thanks to Gord Lansdell at Vancouverbroadcasters.com

Longtime Vancouver Canucks broadcaster Joey Kenward has cancer.

The 46-year-old announced on social media Saturday night that he was diagnosed with leukaemia on November 24 and has been undergoing treatment at the Vancouver General Hospital ever since.

“I’ve been healthy and showed no signs of anything being abnormal (outside of a few days prior to my diagnosis),” Kenward wrote in a note shared on social media.

“As much as I want nothing more to be at home with my beautiful partner & wonderful 2-year-old son (which I hope will happen soon enough) the best place for me to be right now is under the medical care of physicians and nurses,” continued Kenward. “Words can’t express how thankful I am for how I’ve been treated to this point.”

Preston Hodgkinson, Daily Hive

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