High School Football Coach Dies After Chemotherapy Shortage Halts Treatment 🏈💔

High School Football Coach Dies After Chemotherapy Shortage Halts Treatment
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Jeff Bolle, a beloved high school coun­selor and foot­ball coach from Mil­wau­kee, trag­i­cal­ly lost his bat­tle with stage 4 bile duct can­cer last December. 

The 60-year-old’s chemother­a­py treat­ment was cut short due to a nation­wide short­age of vital med­ica­tion, ulti­mate­ly lead­ing to his untime­ly death.

Bolle’s fam­i­ly and friends remem­ber him as a ded­i­cat­ed coach, men­tor, and pil­lar of the com­mu­ni­ty. His pass­ing has reignit­ed con­cerns over chemother­a­py drug short­ages and the dev­as­tat­ing impact they can have on patients and their loved ones.

As the med­ical com­mu­ni­ty grap­ples with sup­ply chain issues and lim­it­ed resources, sto­ries like Bolle’s serve as a sober­ing reminder of the urgent need to address these short­ages and ensure that life-sav­ing treat­ments are acces­si­ble to those who need them most.

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