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Surgeons left confused when 11-year-old girl with inoperable brain tumor ‘gets healed by this’!

Per reports, the surgeons were left stunned after the 11-year-old girl, Roxli, with inoperable brain tumor gets cured by something very unusual.

The young girl and her family were devastated when they discovered that she had a growth called scattered intrinsic pontine glioma. Thismedical diagnosis would leave the girl with loss of vision and reduced a capability to talk or swallow. Doctors from different medical facilities all diagnosed Roxy with DIPG, so the brave girl went through weeks of radiation and other treatments.

Throughout this time, the neighborhood rallied around the girl and her family, hosting advantages and charity events to help them with the medical expenses. After numerous visits to her pediatrician with no explanation for the head pain, she was sent to the Children’s Hospital where she was diagnosed with DIPG.

Neurologists and oncologists all agreed on the original diagnosis. DIPG is a very rare and highly aggressive form of cancer typically found in children between ages five and nine.

Her parents, Gena and Scott, prayed for a miracle. During a MRI scan on Roxli’s brain, the growth was entirely undetected. Physicians might not describe what took place and they’re still entirely baffled, however her family understands precisely who to thank. As they resisted the tears, this household is providing all the credit for Roxli’s incredible healing to God.

Because there has never been a case like Roxli’s before, and because the cancer is aggressive, she will have to have follow-up treatments to prevent new cancer cells from growing.

Doctors have decided on immunotherapy, a type of treatment that boosts the body’s natural defenses to fight cancer. The family says it’s a miracle and that they’re thanking God. “Every day we still say it. It’s kind of our family thing that God healed Roxli,” her mom reportedly told Daily Mail.

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