A 21-year-old woman in the UK has successfully graduated from university and is currently studying for a graduate school.

But she was diagnosed with a rare stage 3 cancer when she was just born, and the doctor preliminarily judged that she could not live beyond 6 years old.

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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] A 21-year-old woman in the UK was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 16 months. At that time, she only had a 60% chance of surviving for more than 5 years. After undergoing surgery and treatment, she died a few days ago. Successfully graduated from university; the woman's parents expressed the hope that this story can have a positive impact on parents who are also facing their children's cancer.

Scarlett Whitford Webb was diagnosed with stage 3 hepatoblastoma in April 2002, when Webb was only 16 months old, according to the Evening Standard.

Hepatoblastoma is a rare cancer that occurs in children and is the most common liver malignancy in children.

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According to Webb's parents, the test results showed that the tumor was as big as a "mango", and the doctor initially estimated that she only had a 60% chance of surviving for more than 5 years.

Webb had a tumor removed and was on a chemotherapy treatment plan at the Cancer Specialist Royal Marsden.

Twenty years later, Webb graduated first in his class from the Department of Anthropology at the University of Bristol, UK, and is now studying for a master's degree at the University of London.

Weber's parents hope that through Weber's positive anti-cancer story, they can bring hope to other parents in the same situation. They also thank the medical team for allowing Weber to grow up smoothly and have a bright future.