Pope Francis Kissed, This Brain Brain Tumor Cured

Roseous.com - Pope Francis Kissed, This Brain Brain Tumor Cured. In September 2015, a one-year-old boy named Gianna Masciantino met Pope Francis in Philadelphia, United States. At that time, Gianna, who had been diagnosed with a brain tumor, was not expected to recover and would die soon. His parents even planned the funeral of the boy.

Pope Francis Kissed, This Brain Brain Tumor Cured
Pope Francis Kissed, This Brain Brain Tumor Cured
Reporting from metro.co.uk, Gianna's parents, Christian and Joey had time to break into the crowd and ask the Pope to kiss Gianna's head. The pope fulfilled this request and did it. Gianna's parents thought that the Pope's kiss could be a lifelong experience for his baby, whose age would not be long.

Although his hopes were slim, Kristen and Joey also continued to seek treatment for Gianna. Two months after meeting the Pope, they met with Dr. Ira Dunkel from the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York. Dr. Ira then found a cyst around the brain tumor in Gianna's head. After running a biopsy, it was discovered that this tumor turned out to be a juvenile xanthogranuloma, a rare blood type.

Dr. Ira and her colleagues then ran chemotherapy for Gianna for 15 months. Remarkably, this tumor continues to shrink and life expectancy increases.

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Although not directly related, Gianna's parents considered the Pope's kiss to play a role in healing his daughter. Now, they also run a charity called For The Love of Grace which aims to raise funds that can help other children fight brain tumors.
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