7-year-old Jack Hoffman is finished with his chemo
The 7-year-old cancer patient who ran for a touchdown during Nebraska's spring game announced he would have his last chemo session while at the College World Series.
That video of 7-year-old Jack Hoffman running for a touchdown during Nebraska's spring game is easily the best moment of this college football offseason, but it appears Hoffman had an even better day this week.
Hoffman, who has been battling brain cancer for the last two years, visited the College World Series on Monday where he signed autographs for fans and made an important announcement on the Jumbotron during a game.
Hoffman told the crowd Tuesday would be the day he underwent his final chemotherapy treatment.
That is just fantastic news for a kid who has done so much to help raise awareness and support for pediatric brain cancer research in recent months.
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