Leah Still has officially beat cancer.

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On Twitter earlier this week, Cincinnati Bengals player Devon Still announced the exciting news to his fans and followers.

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Then, on Friday morning, Devon and Leah appeared on the TODAY show, where the NFL star opened up about her battle.

"When we first started off, it seemed so far away,'' he admitted. "When she received her first treatment and it didn't work, that was the scariest moment. I thought I would end up losing my daughter."

After his daughter was diagnosed with stage 4 neuroblastoma in June 2014, and given a 50/50 chance at survival, Devon took a step back from his career and dedicated himself to Leah's recovery.

"I looked through all the different pictures from when we started until the end, and I feel very blessed that we were able to make it through this,'' he said. "Social media really helped a lot during the dark times because we would go on there and see some of the comments, and it would give us energy."

 Humbled to sit on the same couch of two very inspirational ppl who beat cancer!

A photo posted by Devon Still (@man_of_still75) on Jan 15, 2016 at 7:04am PST


For more of Devon and Leah Still's TODAY show interview, check out the clip below.