This 3-Year-Old Was Diagnosed With Brain Cancer at 3 Months—And We're Celebrating His Strength

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After Frank Squeo survived cancer, he says he discovered his true purpose on this earth—to sell cookies!

Cookies, you say? Well, these aren't just any cookies. Frank's Baking Memories 4 Kids cookies, which are sold throughout the holiday season every year, help to raise funds to send very sick children and their families on the trip of a lifetime.

Specifically, they get to go to some of America's finest theme parks—including Walt Disney World, Universal Studios and Legoland—for one full week. The trips are all expenses paid for the children and their immediate families, so they can all make the happy memories they so deserve to make—especially after having been through so much.

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And this year's extremely deserving family? The Nowroozi family—mom Natalie, dad Ramin, sister Mina, and 3-year-old Vincent, who, at just three months old, was diagnosed with a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer, which he's been receiving treatment for ever since.

His journey has been a particularly harrowing one—not only did he undergo brain surgery, but he had a rare adverse reaction to a form of chemotherapy that caused him to go into liver failure. "We were told that he wasn't going to recover and that his organs were just starting to shut down one by one. That was," says Natalie, taking a deep breath, "very hard to go through."

But little Vincent managed to beat the odds then, and he continues to persevere—and Frank and Rachael wanted to make sure that he and his family got one heck of an amazing trip to celebrate!

Watch the emotional video above for Vincent's story—and for the reveal of the Nowroozis’ surprise. (They were stunned!)

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