ORLANDO, Fl. – 2020 has been a tough year for many, but for one little boy it has meant nine months of cancer treatments.
Even with surprises like a FaceTime call with Tim Tebow, Grayson Coleman’s journey has been hard.
This week though, he reached a major milestone.
Grayson started his walk out of treatment with two fist pumps as the hospital staff cheered.
The 9-year-old has spent most of 2020 undergoing chemotherapy for bone cancer.
“Sometimes you’re sick and you don’t want to do anything, so all you do is sleep,” Grayson said.
His mom, Dawn, and her friends, took to Facebook many times asking the community for prayer because he was so sick or his fever spiked.
“There were a lot of rough nights in the hospital and at home feeling very helpless,” Dawn said.