Just days ago, Michael Strahan’s brave daughter Isabella spoke about her painful cancer battle. Read full story in comment,.,/,/,

Isabella Strahan, the daughter of Good Morning America host Michael Strahan, has been documenting her battle with cancer with videos she shares online as a form of support to those who are going through the same ordeal.

Recently, Isabella, who was diagnosed with medulloblastoma in October 2023 but disclosed the condition with the public in January 2024, shared with her followers that she had undergone another emergency surgical procedure.

The teen initially thought she was suffering from vertigo and experienced constant headaches, but once she went for a checkup, she received the devastating news that she had brain tumor. “The biggest one is I couldn’t walk in a straight line. That’s why I thought I had vertigo. And then I would also wake up very nauseous and have to throw up most days,” she explained in one of her YouTube videos.

That same video highlighted her artistic side, with her showing the drawings she created while receiving treatment.

On Wednesday, March 6, she let her fans know that she is “in a lot of pain” but still making her way toward recovery.

“I’m in so much pain,” Isabella said in a post-op clip, with her head completely wrapped in bandages. “This sucks,” she added.

“I was in so much pain earlier, I was like screaming. This is not fun,” she said, while explaining that the scar from her first procedure was cleaned and the bone was replaced with a titanium plate. “So now I’m part titanium.”

“Hopefully this is what was causing all my fevers and why I’ve been in the hospital for a week. So hopefully I will get to go home soon after I heal from this.”

What’s most important is that Isabella isn’t losing any of her positive attitude besides her condition and the chemo treatments she receives.

Michael, who is his daughter’s huge support, opened up about her battle and said, “She has bravely, bravely documented her journey on YouTube in hopes of helping other people with the same diagnosis feel supported and to know that they are not alone.”

Earlier this year, he spoke of her daughter on Good Morning America, affirming her strength. “I know she’s going through it, but I know that we’re never given more than we can handle and that she is going to crush this.”

“She’s always been strong, and this is something that is so personal,” Michael said in January. “I’m extremely proud.”

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