A 3-year-old girl with terminal cancer gets a special night with Eagles players

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — The Eagles Cheerleaders had two special guests Wednesday night. They welcomed Lucy and Molly McCabe of Havertown and their parents. Three-year-old Lucy has a rare, fatal cancer. Her older sister is on a cheerleading team and Lucy loves watching them. The team presented the girls with cheerleading outfits and achievement medals. “Lucy is the biggest cheerleading fan there is, so this is as much happiness as we could give her and the Eagles organization could give her,” said Mandy McCabe , Lucy’s mother. Lucy was diagnosed with cancer two years ago. Her mother says there are no more treatment options available. .Her family is just trying to make the time Lucy has left as great as possible.Copyright © 2022 WPVI-TV. All rights reserved.

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — The Eagles Cheerleaders had two special guests Wednesday night. They welcomed Lucy and Molly McCabe of Havertown and their parents. Three-year-old Lucy has a rare, fatal cancer. Her older sister is on a cheerleading team and Lucy loves watching them. The team presented the girls with cheerleading outfits and achievement medals. “Lucy is the biggest cheerleading fan there is, so this is as much happiness as we could give her and the Eagles organization could give her,” said Mandy McCabe , Lucy’s mother. Lucy was diagnosed with cancer two years ago. Her mother says there are no more treatment options available. .Her family is just trying to make the time Lucy has left as great as possible.Copyright © 2022 WPVI-TV. All rights reserved.

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) — The Eagles Cheerleaders had two special visitors Wednesday night.

They welcomed Lucy and Molly McCabe of Havertown and their parents. Three-year-old Lucy has a rare terminal cancer.

Her older sister is on a cheerleading team and Lucy loves watching them.

The team presented the girls with cheerleading outfits and achievement medals.

“Lucy is the biggest fan of cheerleading that could be, so this is as much happiness as we could give her and the Eagles organization could give her,” said Mandy McCabe, Lucy’s mother.

Lucy was diagnosed with cancer two years ago.

Her mother says there are no more treatment options available.

Her family is just trying to make the time Lucy has left as great as possible.

Copyright © 2022 WPVI-TV. All rights reserved.

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