In December 2017 only a couple days after his 10th birthday Kymani Davis was diagnosed with Non- Hodgkins Lymphoma with a mass on his chest. This was very heartbreaking for Kymani and his family as hearing the word "cancer" for your loved one is very terrifying. With the support and encouragement from his mom and family, Kymani remained hopeful. His faith in God was very important during this journey. He was treated at the Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital. After two chemotherapy cycles, his lymph nodes were shrunken to half their sizes. After six months of chemotherapy and radiation, he was in full remission. Today Kymani is back in school healthy and happy. No more chemo no more cancer! His mom prays he will remain healthy and cancer-free and that his story will encourage someone fighting cancer. Cancer is not a death sentence.