Toddler in Kentucky beats stage 4 cancer

Henrietta Strickland
April 8, 2019

According to the TV station, Molly Hughes was just five months old when she was diagnosed.

"I don't think people realize, until you actually go through it, just how hard it is", said Molly's mother, Chelsea Hughes.

More than three thousand thumbs up for sweet Molly Hughes in Bowling Green, Kentucky.

A little girl whose family said she underwent 15 months of treatment for stage 4 neuroblastoma is now cancer-free, 13 ABC reports.

Mom Chelsea Hughes says she fell to the ground after getting the call with the news.

So she is trading in hundreds of nights in a hospital for what every 21-month-old longs for - bubbles and tire swings in sunshine.

Now instead of surgery and radiation, she will be doing what every toddler loves to do: play outside.

The family made up for their little fighter the phrase "Molly Strong", which was branded on clothing. "I mean she would knock her down for few days and then she would be at playing again", her mother said.

"I believe that's what helped her. get through all this. with all the prayers she's heard and which can't thank everyone enough for. prayed for her. supporters us through all of this".

She believes that strength is what helped Molly get through cancer.

Those passing by would see her as a normal toddler and for now she is, but her story of triumph sets her far apart from many children.

Other reports by Click Lancashire

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