Michael Strahan’s Daughter Isabella Celebrates Her Last Day Of Radiation As She Battles Brain Cancer: “It’s Been A Long Six Weeks”

Isabella Strahan, the daughter of Good Morning America co-anchor Michael Strahan, is letting the public in on the touching moments leading up to and directly following her final radiation treatment.

Nineteen-year-old Isabella chronicled the day in a new heartfelt YouTube vlog titled “Vlog #3: Ringing The Bell To Celebrate Finishing Radiation!,” per People.

“It’s been a long six weeks, and I’m very happy to just hopefully heal my head from all of this because the side effects and everything get to you,” she shared in the vlog. “And I’m just hoping that I won’t be dizzy, that’s my biggest thing. The world is good.”

Isabella took viewers with her to the New York Proton Center, where she was accompanied by her parents, her aunt, and her sister to receive her last radiation treatment.

As she approached the bell following her treatment — a tradition upheld by many hospitals — she was met by cheering nurses and her family, and choked up as the latter gave her hugs.

She celebrated by going out to eat at a Thai restaurant, noting that she “love[s] Pad Thai and Thai food.”

While concluding the video, she mentioned that her “big GMA interview” was the next day, likely referring to the emotional sit-down with her dad that aired the morning of Jan. 11.

“Thank you all for the love and support!” she captioned the video. “Continuing on this journey!! Radiation is done!!”

This marked Isabella’s third vlog, in which she has shared her journey — from “how it started” (Vlog #1) to “rehabbing from brain surgery,” (Vlog #2), to her most recent video. In the first two vlogs’ captions, she wrote that “all proceeds will go towards the The Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke.”

During her tear-jerking GMA interview with Robin Roberts and her father last week, Isabella informed the public of her medulloblastoma diagnosis.

“It’s been two months of keeping it quiet, which is definitely difficult,” she said at the time. “I don’t want to hide it anymore because it’s hard to always keep in.”

During the interview, she also revealed that she will start chemotherapy Duke Children’s Hospital & Health Center in February.

According to Mayo Clinic, medulloblastoma is “a cancerous brain tumor that starts in the lower back part of the brain,” which is known as the cerebellum. While described as “rare,” it is considered to be “the most common cancerous brain tumor in children.”

Watch Isabella’s latest vlog above.