Linebacker Star says his one-year-old daughter is cancer free after having her eye removed while battling rare tumor for seven months

Linebacker Star says his one-year-old daughter is cancer free after having her eye removed while battling rare tumor for seven months

New Orleans Saints linebacker Demario Davis is sharing positive news about his daughter, Carly-Faith, who has been battling cancer for the past seven months.

Davis announced this weekend that Carly-Faith, who is one years old, is now free of the cancer.

She was diagnosed with retinoblastoma in May, a disease that formed a tumor behind her left eye.

Carly-Faith ultimately needed her left eye removed and replaced by a custom prosthetic eye.

Carly-Faith Davis, the 1-year-old daughter of Demario Davis, is officially free of cancer
Carly-Faith has been battling retinoblastoma, a rare eye cancer that resulted in the removal of her left eye and the creation of a custom prosthetic to replace the eye

Davis now tells TMZ that the prognosis for his daughter has improved greatly.

‘I’m a person that just never try to take anything for granted and to know what she’s been through, even to the point of having to lose her eye, but her body is free of cancer,’ Davis announced.

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