See Isabella Strahan Celebrate Finishing Chemotherapy for Brain Cancer

Isabelle Strahan has much to celebrate.

The 19-year-old young woman has just experienced another important milestone in her journey against medulloblastoma: the end of her chemotherapy treatment.

“I just finished chemo.” Michael Strahan‘s daughter wrote in a June 8 TikTok video, which she captioned: “I did it.”

In the 10-second video, Isabella and her twin sister Sophie Strahan name dance for Bryson Tiller“Let ‘Em Know” from in a hospital, with Isabella wearing a special and festive golden crown.

Isabella’s update comes two months after she shared that instead of undergoing the originally planned six rounds of chemotherapy for her brain cancer, she would only undergo four.

“These are tears of joy,” she said in the video posted on April 10. “That’s not even considering crying when they’re tears of joy.”

The University of Southern California student was especially grateful that the change in her treatment plan allowed her to experience summer vacation.

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News Source : www.eonline.com


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