Girl's Inoperable Brain Tumor Disappears - 'God Healed' Her

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Doss' family explained in a gofundme post that the 11-year-old girl first went to the hospital after complaining of constant headaches and that doctors found a tumor on the back of her brain that was pushing on her spinal cord.

According to local TV station KVUE, Roxli was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor called diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, or DIPG, in June of this year.

And only some 300 children are diagnosed with DIPG each year in this country. "Eventually difficulty with breathing", said Dr. Virginia Harrod, Roxli's doctor at Dell Children's Medical Center in Austin. The family held a benefit for her in August, and the community responded in a big way.

"Everyday we still say it", Gena said.

"Praise God we did", added Scott, making it clear that he and his wife have only God to thank for their daughter's miraculous recovery.

The tumor was reportedly undetectable on an MRI scan after the radiation treatment.

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Her doctor has no explanation for what happened, KVUE reported. In the meantime, Roxli is enjoying horseback riding again.

The couple acknowledged that they do not know how long their daughter would be healthy, but she is now doing well and doing things that she love such as horseback riding.

"She is just as active as she ever was", her father said.

The doctors re-ran the scan to confirm the results, but Roxli now appears to be healthy again.

They prayed every day for her healing. Young Roxli's MRIs are clear of any trace of the tumor, and doctors can do little but scratch their heads.

Dr Harrold explained that Roxli's DIPG was confirmed by four different medical providers, including Johns Hopkins Medical Center, meaning the chances of her being mis-diagnosed were nearly impossible.