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EA Sports Include Brain Cancer Survivor Kenton Doust In FIFA 17

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EA Sports Include Brain Cancer Survivor Kenton Doust In FIFA 17

EA Sports have made a brain cancer survivor's dreams come true by inserting him in FIFA 17.

15-year old Kenton Doust, a staunch Vancouver Whitecaps fan, battled cancer after it emerged that he had three brain tumours on or near his pituitary gland.

He began rounds of chemotherapy on 30 October 2015 and had 25 sessions of radiation as he battled the disease for months.

Kenton, who has met a number of players in the Caps squad, found out on May 19 2016 that he was cancer free. Whitecaps defender Russel Teibert was with him when he received the all-clear.

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His strength and fight has been commemorated by EA Sports, with Doust included in FIFA 17.

But EA went one step further by providing Kenton with his own 95 rated card, which looks absolutely fantastic

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An incredibly heartwarming gesture from EA and a dream come true for Doust.

The youngster hopes to be back playing football again soon for his local side.

Josh Lawless
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