Aggressive DIPG tumor just disappeared
Doctors cannot explain why
“It’s extraordinarily rare to have this type of near-complete resolution of this disease,” Dr. Virginia Harrod, co-chief of the hospital’s pediatric neuro-oncology department and one of Roxli’s doctors, told HuffPost. “It’s unusual and atypical and something we were all very pleased with”.
While Roxli’s Doctors couldn’t explain her dramatic recovery, she credits God for the miracle. He answered their prayers and intervened. (KVUE-TV)
DIPG tumor usually affects young children
The brain stem controls essential bodily functions, and kids with DIPG has trouble walking, swallowing, and seeing. Some of the signs are severe headaches and nausea. Unfortunately, there is no cure for DIPG and considered a terminal sickness.
The parents asked many people to pray. “We got it!” said Gena,