After a long battle with cancer, a two-year-old boy is free of disease and enjoys a normal life as a toddler

A two-year-old boy with cancer who was hailed as a ‘superhero’ after a video of him celebrating his last chemo session in a gold cap once again captures hearts around the world as he rings the bell for to show that he is finally free from his illness.

Noah Eyo, from Los Angeles, California, was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma – a form of liver cancer – in February last year and has since had to endure countless rounds of intense chemotherapy, as well as several surgeries.

The cancer quickly spread from Noah’s liver to his lungs, leaving him in need of more surgeries – including two surgeries and a liver transplant.

But now Noah is officially cancer-free and was able to ring the bell to mark the important milestone – an emotionally charged moment that was captured and shared on social media and has since gone viral.

After a long battle with cancer, a two-year-old boy who was previously branded a 'superhero' is finally enjoying life as a normal toddler.  He is pictured with his parents and little brother

After a long battle with cancer, a two-year-old boy who was previously branded a ‘superhero’ is finally enjoying life as a normal toddler. He is pictured with his parents and little brother

Noah Eyo, from Los Angeles, California, was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma - a form of liver cancer - in February last year and has since had to endure intense chemotherapy.

Noah Eyo, from Los Angeles, California, was diagnosed with hepatoblastoma – a form of liver cancer – in February last year and has since had to endure intense chemotherapy.

It spread from his liver to his lungs, leaving him in need of more surgeries - including two surgeries and a liver transplant.

It spread from his liver to his lungs, leaving him in need of more surgeries – including two surgeries and a liver transplant.

But now Noah is officially cancer-free and was able to ring the bell to mark the important milestone - an emotionally charged moment that was captured and shared on social media

But now Noah is officially cancer-free and was able to ring the bell to mark the important milestone – an emotionally charged moment that was captured and shared on social media

The cute video showed Noah being rocked in his father, David's arms, as he reached out for the clock and swung it from side to side.  His mother, Nikki, followed emotionally

The cute video showed Noah being rocked in his father, David’s arms, as he reached out for the clock and swung it from side to side. His mother, Nikki, followed emotionally

The cute video showed Noah being rocked in his father’s arms as he reached out for the bell, which gets rung every time someone beats the cancer, and swung it side by side.

Father David Eyo, 30, could be seen supporting his brave little boy while his mother, Nikki Ayo, 30, watched emotionally.

His mother recently opened up about how life has been for the tot since he finished his treatment and she said he is excited to just be a normal child for once.

She said: ‘Noah is fine, all scans show no signs of cancer at present.

‘He’s enjoying being a little kid again, which is so heartwarming to watch since it’s all been so hard for him.

His mother recently opened up about how life has been for the tot since he finished his treatment and she said he is excited to just be a normal child for once.

His mother recently opened up about how life has been for the tot since he finished his treatment and she said he is excited to just be a normal child for once.

She has been documenting his journey on Instagram for several months, and back in November, she shared another video showing her little boy celebrating his last day of chemotherapy

She has been documenting his journey on Instagram for several months, and back in November, she shared another video showing her little boy celebrating his last day of chemotherapy

In the clip, which also went viral, Noah could be seen running around the hospital wearing a gold cape and a top that said ¿last day of chemo¿ on it

In the clip, which also went viral, Noah could be seen running around the hospital wearing a gold cape and a top that said ‘last day of chemo’ on it

‘It has been such a difficult journey to reach this point, but Noah could not have been braver – we are just so proud of him.

‘While all this was going on, I also gave birth to a healthy baby boy, and we called him Isaiah. We can not wait to live the rest of our lives as one healthy, happy family. ‘

Because of Noah’s amazing courage and strength, he was named an ambassador for the American Childhood Cancer Organization.

The organization provides support to families of children with cancer, and it gave Noah a care package with a cloak inside – which he proudly wore to sigh into his last chemo.

The youngster was playing with a toy sand and seemed excited to finally be done with the harsh treatment

The youngster was playing with a toy sand and seemed excited to finally be done with the harsh treatment

Because of Noah's amazing courage and strength, he was named an ambassador for the American Childhood Cancer Organization

Because of Noah’s amazing courage and strength, he was named an ambassador for the American Childhood Cancer Organization

Nikki also paid tribute to the 'amazing' team of nurses and staff who cared for Noah during his treatment

Nikki also paid tribute to the ‘amazing’ team of nurses and staff who cared for Noah during his treatment

She wrote: 'To the end of Chemo!  #Noahstrong.  What a journey, could not have done it without this amazing team of nurses and staff.  They will be in our hearts forever '

She wrote: ‘To the end of Chemo! #Noahstrong. What a journey, could not have done it without this amazing team of nurses and staff. They will be in our hearts forever ‘

His mother has been documenting his journey on Instagram for several months, and back in November, she shared another video showing her little boy celebrating his last day of chemotherapy in the cloak.

In the clip, which also went viral, Noah could be seen running around the hospital wearing the gold cape and a top that said ‘last day of chemo’.

The youngster was playing with a toy sand and seemed excited to finally be done with the harsh treatment.

Nikki wrote the subtitle for the video: ‘Hip Hip Hurray – Last day of chemo is today!’

In another post on social media, Nikki also paid tribute to the ‘amazing’ team of nurses and staff who cared for Noah during his treatment.

She wrote: ‘To the end of Chemo! #Noahstrong. What a journey, could not have done it without this amazing team of nurses and staff. They will be in our hearts forever. ‘

What is hepatoblastoma?

  • Hepatoblastoma is a very rare cancer
  • The tumor starts in the liver
  • It usually affects children under the age of four
  • Babies born with a very low birth weight also appear to be at higher risk
  • Symptoms may include: a lump in the abdomen, abdominal pain, swollen abdomen, weight loss, nausea and vomiting, yellowing of the skin or whites of the eyes, fever and more
  • Depending on the severity, it can be treated with surgery, chemotherapy, live transplantation or radiation therapy.
  • Source: Stanford Children’s Hospital

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