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Inspiring Photo Project Hopes To Bring Awareness To Childhood Cancer

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Photos Courtesy of Scantling Photography Photos Courtesy of Scantling Photography

The photos captured by Lora Scantling, photographer and owner of Scantling Photography, will surely move you to tears.

The photos were part of a team effort from local Oklahoma businesses, including Goodger Photographer, Penelope's Children's Boutique and PJ's Boutique. And of course, the three little fighters.

In the above slideshow, you see 3-year-old Rylie who just beat a form of kidney cancer, 6-year-old Rheann who is currently fighting cancer, and 4-year-old Ainsley Jane who is now in remission.

This was the first time the three girls met, and according to the photographer they bonded instantly. One photo reads, "A sisterhood that will last a lifetime!"

The hope for the photos is to help brining awareness to childhood cancer.


4/17/14 UPDATE: Because of the huge response ‘Three Little Fighters' has received since it was originally posted, Photographer Lora Scantling, with permission of the girls' parents, is now selling the picture to help with their medical bills. A portion of the proceeds will also go to the Jimmy Everest Cancer Center at the University of Oklahoma. The families picked the center because of how much help it has provided them all. Just click on this link to get your own print and help these families who are going through so much: http://www.bakerphotovideo.com/

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