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Adorable video shows ‘superhero’ toddler celebrating the end of chemotherapy after battling cancer

An adorable video of a toddler celebrating the end of his cancer treatment has left social media users emotional.

Brave Noah, two, was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, a very rare cancer, earlier this year.

The tumor starts in the liver and usually affects children under four years of age.

The sweet toddler has been ‘in and out of the hospital’, undergoing chemotherapy, lung surgery and even had a liver transplant.

An adorable video of a toddler celebrating the end of his cancer treatment has left social media users emotional

An adorable video of a toddler celebrating the end of his cancer treatment has left social media users emotional

Noah, two, was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, a very rare cancer, earlier this year

Noah, two, was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, a very rare cancer, earlier this year

Noah, two, was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma, a very rare cancer, earlier this year

His mother, Nikki Danielle, has documented his journey on Instagram, where she shared a message last week from her little boy celebrating his last day of chemotherapy.

His mother, Nikki Danielle, has documented his journey on Instagram, where she shared a message last week from her little boy celebrating his last day of chemotherapy.

His mother, Nikki Danielle, has documented his journey on Instagram, where she shared a message last week from her little boy celebrating his last day of chemotherapy.

The sweet toddler has been 'in and out of the hospital' undergoing chemotherapy, lung surgery and he's even had a liver transplant

The sweet toddler has been 'in and out of the hospital' undergoing chemotherapy, lung surgery and he's even had a liver transplant

The sweet toddler has been ‘in and out of the hospital’ undergoing chemotherapy, lung surgery and he’s even had a liver transplant

His mother, Nikki Danielle, has documented his journey on Instagram, where she shared a message last week from her little boy who was celebrating his last day of chemotherapy.

The clip showed Noah running through the hospital wearing a gold cape and a top that read “last day of chemo.”

The toddler was playing with a toy duck and seemed excited to finally be done with the grueling treatment.

Nikki captioned the video: ‘Hip Hip Hooray – Last day of Chemo is today!’

The video also showed the various signs hung in his honor in the hospital

The video also showed the various signs hung in his honor in the hospital

The clip showed Noah running through the hospital wearing a gold cape and top that read “last day of chemo”

The toddler was playing with a toy duck and seemed excited to finally be done with the grueling treatment

The toddler was playing with a toy duck and seemed excited to finally be done with the grueling treatment

The toddler was playing with a toy duck and seemed excited to finally be done with the grueling treatment

Her followers quickly responded to the touching post, calling him a 'little superhero'

Her followers quickly responded to the touching post, calling him a 'little superhero'

Her followers quickly responded to the touching post, calling him a ‘little superhero’

One person said, 'What a beautiful smile and video, and he's right to wear a cape!  Will pray tonight for this superhero and your family and I wish you all strength and good health'

One person said, 'What a beautiful smile and video, and he's right to wear a cape!  Will pray tonight for this superhero and your family and I wish you all strength and good health'

One person said, ‘What a beautiful smile and video, and he’s right to wear a cape! Will pray tonight for this superhero and your family and I wish you all strength and good health’

'I just came here to say yay li'l man!  Send love and light to your family.  What a beautiful video, thanks for sharing,

'I just came here to say yay li'l man!  Send love and light to your family.  What a beautiful video, thanks for sharing,

‘I just came here to say yay li’l man! Send love and light to your family. What a beautiful video, thanks for sharing,” commented another user

Someone else said, 'Everything!  An inspiration to us, praying to wear that cape soon'

Someone else said, 'Everything!  An inspiration to us, praying to wear that cape soon'

Someone else said, ‘Everything! An inspiration to us, praying to wear that cape soon’

“Can’t stop watching,” another commented. ‘This made my day. Go Noah! I’m sending you love, pretty boy,” another user agreed

“My baby is also a survivor of hepatoblastoma (stage four but no transplant), and she is now a healthy six-year-old… So I KNOW this joy and strength,” added another person.

Nikki also paid tribute to the 'wonderful' team of nurses and staff who looked after Noah during his treatment

Nikki also paid tribute to the 'wonderful' team of nurses and staff who looked after Noah during his treatment

Nikki also paid tribute to the ‘wonderful’ team of nurses and staff who looked after Noah during his treatment

WHAT IS HEPATOBLASTOME?

  • Hepatoblastoma is a very rare cancer
  • The tumor starts in the liver
  • It usually affects children under four years of age
  • Babies born with very low birth weight also appear to be at higher risk
  • Symptoms may include a lump in the abdomen, abdominal pain, a swollen abdomen, weight loss, nausea and vomiting, yellow color of the skin or whites of the eyes, fever, and more
  • Depending on its severity, it can be treated with surgery, chemotherapy, live transplant, or radiation therapy
  • Source: Stanford Children’s Hospital

Her followers quickly responded to the touching post, calling him a “little superhero.”

One person said, ‘What a beautiful smile and video, and he’s right to wear a cape! Will be praying for this superhero and your family tonight and I wish you all strength and good health for the years to come.”

‘I just came here to say yay li’l man! Send love and light to your family. What a beautiful video, thanks for sharing,” another user commented.

Someone else said, ‘Everything! An inspiration to us, praying to wear that cape soon.’

‘Yeeeeeeee! So happy for him and you. My baby is also a survivor of hepatoblastoma (stage four but no transplant), and she is now a healthy six year old… So I KNOW this joy and strength,” added another person.

Someone else commented, “Can’t stop watching.”

‘This made my day. Go Noah! I’m sending you love, pretty boy,” another user agreed.

Nikki also paid tribute to the “wonderful” team of nurses and staff who cared for Noah during his treatment.

She wrote: ‘Till the end of Chemo! #Noahstrong. What a trip, couldn’t have done it without this amazing team of nurses and staff. They will be in our hearts forever.”

She wrote: 'Till the end of Chemo!  #Noahstrong.  What a trip, couldn't have done it without this amazing team of nurses and staff.  They will be in our hearts forever'

She wrote: 'Till the end of Chemo!  #Noahstrong.  What a trip, couldn't have done it without this amazing team of nurses and staff.  They will be in our hearts forever'

She wrote: ‘Till the end of Chemo! #Noahstrong. What a trip, couldn’t have done it without this amazing team of nurses and staff. They will be in our hearts forever’

Hepatoblastoma starts in the liver and usually affects children under four years of age.  Babies born with very low birth weight also appear to be at higher risk

Hepatoblastoma starts in the liver and usually affects children under four years of age.  Babies born with very low birth weight also appear to be at higher risk

Hepatoblastoma starts in the liver and usually affects children under four years of age. Babies born with very low birth weight also appear to be at higher risk

Symptoms may include a lump in the abdomen, abdominal pain, a swollen abdomen, weight loss, nausea and vomiting, yellow color of the skin or whites of the eyes, fever, and more

Symptoms may include a lump in the abdomen, abdominal pain, a swollen abdomen, weight loss, nausea and vomiting, yellow color of the skin or whites of the eyes, fever, and more

Symptoms may include a lump in the abdomen, abdominal pain, a swollen abdomen, weight loss, nausea and vomiting, yellow color of the skin or whites of the eyes, fever, and more

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