After beating Stage IV cancer, a 21-month-old Kentucky child is now an inspiration to people worldwide.

After being initially diagnosed with neuroblastoma, cancer that develops in immature nerve cells typically found in and around the adrenal glands, Molly Hughes of Bowling Green spent 130 nights in the hospital. Although she endured 15 months of cruel cancer treatments, she was a thief and could not have been more resilient.

“Shе wоuld just bоuncе bаck аftеr еvеry trеаtmеnt,” sаid hеr mоthеr Chеlsеа Hughеs. “I mеаn it wоuld knоck hеr dоwn fоr а fеw dаys аnd thеn shе wоuld bе plаying аgаin.”

Mlly’s family and friends used the battle cry #MollyStrong to rally behind her throughout everything.

When little Molly miraculously defeated the deadly cannibal, the entire family was in awe.


After getting off the phone, I “just like fell to the ground and hugged her for five minutes,” Chelsea claimed that she learned that Molly was cancer-free at the time.

Chloe came on to acknowledge the power of prayer for healing her daughter.

I think that’s what helped her get through everything, Chelsea said. “With all the practitioners she has heard, and for which I can’t thank everyone enough.”

Experts claim that neuroblastoma is the most common form of cancer among infants younger than one-year-old and that 50% of children diagnosed with it die. Around 800 new cases of neuroblastoma are diagnosed each year in the United States. Its symptoms include abdominal tenderness and pain, constipation, weakness, irritability, fits, and anaemia or bruising from low blood counts.

Thank goodness little Molly is working so hard to combat her disease. Learn more about her journey in the video below!


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