8-Year-Old With Terminal Stage 4 Brain Cancer Makes Miraculous Recovery
Dec 29, 2018
If you do not believe in miracles, this story will be sure to change your mind in a hurry.
Cute little 8-year-old Cameron Scott defied the odds by beating a rare cancer, proving that there is always hope no matter how dire the odds. After being diagnosed with medulloblastoma, Cameron's parents vowed to not give up the fight against the high-risk, stage four cancer.
Tamika and Wendell Scott were concerned after Cameron took a fall down the stairs and then began complaining about back pain. They soon learned that a tumor had started at the stem of his brain and then traveled down his spine to take root in his body.
Despite the dire diagnosis, Wendall knew they would continue to fight hard for Cameron's life. The little boy spent nearly a year at the famous St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital. The decision proved to save his life.
The amazing medical team at St. Jude's was able to isolate Cameron's specific type of cancer and create a personalized plan for his treatment.
As the youngest of six children, the cancer news turned the entire household on its heels as everyone dropped everything to make Cameron's fight the priority. Wendall had to put his small business on hold while he continued to travel with Cameron to receive the chemotherapy and radiation treatments that he needed to survive.
Even though the financial cost was high, the Scott family is overjoyed that their own personal super-hero is all smiles again.
This heartwarming story of courage and love must be spread to everyone that you know. Everyone needs a good miracle story to restore their faith in life and love. Be sure to spread the joy with this amazing story of Cameron's great comeback.