Leah Still, NFL defensive end Devon Still‘s 5-year-old daughter, will be discharged from the hospital Tuesday after finishing her final cancer treatment.
The ecstatic dad Tweeted the good news on Monday with a post saying, “She really beat cancer!”
The emotional words come a year and a half after Leah was first diagnosed with Stage-4 neuroblastoma in June 2014.
Leah, who was given a 50-50 chance of survival, was being treated at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
Still also shared the number of hours and days Leah spent battling cancer.
“41 days of chemotherapy, 40 days of antibody therapy, 19 days of radiation, 7 hours surgery and 1 win!” a photo he shared on Twitter stated.
The former Cincinnati Bengals and current Houston Texans player has been documenting his daughter’s journey on social media using the hashtag #LeahStrong.
Still told PEOPLE last year that the outpouring of support he received from the public made a huge difference to his family.
“Thank you for the way that everybody has stepped up,” he said. “You’ve given my daughter’s battle with cancer a purpose. It helps knowing she is fighting for a reason.”
“I just ask that you continue to support [fighting] pediatric cancer,” he added. “I know it will help other families going through the same adversities deal with it a lot better too.”