Isabella and Sophia chilling out in swimsuits before Isabella’s Chemotherapy Treatment

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Isabella and Sophia chilling out

Before Isabella stepped for chemotherapy, the twin sisters flaunted their swimsuits in a recent post uploaded on Instagram.

Isabella, the daughter of Michael Strahan, is seen enjoying moments with her twin sister prior to the chemotherapy session.

Since October 2023, the student has been receiving therapy for medulloblastoma, a malignant brain tumor. In this disease, the area of the brain responsible for motor control and coordination is home to medulloblastoma.

In a recent Instagram picture, the 19-year-old and her sister Sophia are seen cuddling up to one other while donning in sexy bikinis.

Sophia posted a cute picture and a little video of herself and her twin on Monday, showing them lounging by the pool. She only captioned the photo, saying, “Us again.”

Sophia, her twin sister, shared a number of images of the two of them on Instagram shortly after Isabella revealed about her diagnosis.

Sophia said as the post’s caption, “I’m so lucky to have the most amazing sister and best friend in the world.”

She continued, “The past few months have been far more difficult than we ever could have imagined, but it has shown me how resilient you are.”

“I adore you and find you to be an inspiration. Us indefinitely”, she expressed.

To that post Isabella replied, “My best sister”.

In a recent, ongoing YouTube video, Isabella has been revealing her experience toward better health. In the third and last episode, she disclosed that she finished radiation therapy in December 2023 following “a long six weeks” of treatment.

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In the video, the model expressed her excitement at getting finished. She said, “After all of this, I’m really happy to finally heal my head because of the side effects and all that get to you.”

Following her radiation treatment, Isabella talked candidly about how she found out about her illness from Good Morning America. She clarified that she would begin chemotherapy at Durham, North Carolina’s Duke Children’s Hospital & Health Center.

She shared her upcoming treatment, “I’m eager for it to begin and a step closer to ending”.

She said,”I can’t wait for this entire process to be over. However, I believe that you just need to continue living each day throughout the therapy.”

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