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Three Young Cancer Patients In Viral Photo Project In Remission

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Earlier this year we showed you a photo of three little girls that inspired people across the country.

Fox 29 brought you their story back in April.

Goodger and Scantling Photography provided the photo that showed, Rylie, Rheann, and Ainsly, aged 3, 6, and 4 at the time, hugging one another.

Today we have the privilege of telling you that all three girls are currently in remission, or have beaten their cancer.

The news came from photographer Lora Scantling as well as the girl's own Facebook pages.

Goodger and Scantling are now working with Ally's House, a cancer foundation in Oklahoma, to do even more work like what they did with these three girls.

Prints of the photo are available for purchase with proceeds going to the aid the three girls and the OU Cancer Center.

Scantling said she was inspired in part by losing her step-father to lung cancer, and said she really wanted to show off the girl's strength.

You can find links to the girl's Facebook pages below:

https://www.facebook.com/ainsleyjanesallies

https://www.facebook.com/teamrylie

https://www.facebook.com/fightlikeprincessrheann?fref=ts

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