She beat cancer after doctors diagnosed her with stage 4 neuroblastoma at almost five months old, as WBKO reported.
The 21-month-old battled stage four cancer and beat it!
Toddler Molly Hughes cruises her Kentucky yard, swinging in a tire, drawing with pink chalk on the driveway, and picking weeds that she presents to her mother in a bouquet.
Her mother, Chelsea Hughes, says she hugged her daughter for several minutes after getting the news.
Molly Hughes posed for photos to celebrate beating cancer.
Now instead of surgery and radiation, she will be doing what every toddler loves to do: play outside.
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Hughes says her daughter is energetic now and loves to go outside.
From the beginning, the phrase Molly Strong was branded not only on clothing, but visibly lived through this little fighter.
"She would just bounce back after every treatment".
"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". "I mean it would knock her down for a few days and then she would be up playing again".
Her mother believes Molly's determination and strength helped her get through-along with support from those following her fight.
During a spring day in April, hearing the pitter patter of Molly's little feet on the cement echoes the sound of energy.