She was diagnosed with a malfunctioning brain tumor and disappeared in a few months
The Roxli Doss family prayed for the miracle and apparently won it.
11-year-old Texan girl I was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor and now it seems to be cured. Currently doctors have no explanation for their treatment, according to television KVUE
In June, doctors diagnosed an inoperable brain tumor called internal diffuse pontin glioma (DIPG). It is a "very rare" disease that causes a reduced ability to swallow, talk and breathe and sometimes loss of vision, says Dr. Virginia Harrod of Dell Children's Medical Center in Austin.
Doctors "at Dell Children, Texas Children, Dana-Farber, John Hopkins and MD Anderson all agreed that it was DIPG," said his father, Scott Doss.
The girl went through weeks of radiation and all his parents could pray for a miracle. Y Now, without the trace of the tumor, the family thanks God.
"When I first saw Roxli MRI, it was really amazing," said Dr. Harrod. "The tumor is undetectable on the MRI, which is really unusual."
"God healed Roxli," said her mother, Gene. "We did not know how long she would be healthy and look at her that she was very good," her husband added.
The family claimed it They will continue to carefully monitor and undergo treatment as a precautionary measure. In addition, they created the GoFundMe page to earn money for hospital bills.