A 10-year-old girl who once had a tumour size of a baby removed from her ovaries has been given the all clear.
Maisy Fitzmaurice from Anglesey, north Wales, was given the good news on Monday following a gruelling six-month battle with cancerous ovarian germ cell tumours .
Video shows how the schoolgirl rang the end of treatment bell at Alder Hey hospital in Liverpool as overjoyed family and staff hugged an applauded.
Carol Lewis, captain of Amlwch Town Ladies FC, wrote: "She's gone and done it… she's kicked cancer's arse!
"Maisy.. words can't describe how i'm feeling right now, i am so happy for you, it's been a roller coaster of a ride over the last months, but through it all you've always been smiling [sic].
"I remember when you told me the horrible news, we hugged eachother so tight and promised eachother that we would fight this together… and thats exactly wot you've done!
"You are a very brave girl Maisy, I am so proud of you, you are an inspirational to us all not once you gave up when times got hard you kept going with that special smile!
"Not all superheroes wear capes, and you are defo one of them, you are my hero!"
Lexi Crawley, who also plays for Amlwch Ladies FC, wrote: "She’s done it, She’s kicked cancers butt! Couldn’t be any happier for you and the family.
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