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They Beat Cancer! The Touching Story Of Three Brave Girls

In 2014 this photo quickly spread on the Internet. The picture shows three girls who at such a young age faced a terrible ordeal – cancer.

Rheann Franklin, who is in the center of the photo, fights with a rare brain tumor. On the right is Ainsley Peters who has leukemia, on the left is Rylie Hughey with a kidney tumor.

A photo session for the girls was held by professional photographers Laura Skantling and Christy Goodger. This photo project was created to draw attention to sick children who are fighting with serious illnesses.

In the photo the girls are dressed in airy dresses and hug each other, symbolizing support and readiness to unite with those who have similar problems.

Multiple chemotherapy courses, costly preparations and the prayers of parents were in the life of each of these girls. A few years later, they met again, to recreate the photo.

The girls got older, the years of torment are behind, and there are smiles on their faces! They are happy now, they beat the cancer!

There are two years between the photos.

Today girls are in remission. They have the opportunity to live fully: attend school, play with friends and even do gymnastics.

Photos of the girls taken a few years later are an excellent motivation for those fighting against cancer. You must always fight, while there is at least a small chance.

In the photo that was taken in 2018, three-year-old Connor Lloyd joined the girls. The boy was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Despite the disease, the boy is happy. Looking at such brave girls, he is also determined to fight the cancer and will surely win.

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