ABC News and Fox Sports host Michael Strahan recently revealed that his daughter Isabella is battling a malignant brain tumor known as medulloblastoma. The 19-year-old had kept her diagnosis private but decided to share her story on “Good Morning America.” During an emotional joint interview with Robin Roberts, Strahan expressed his admiration for his daughter and his belief that she will overcome this challenge. Isabella, a first-year student at the University of Southern California, began experiencing headaches in October, which eventually escalated to nausea and difficulty walking straight. Concerned, she sought medical attention and was diagnosed with the fast-growing tumor. Isabella underwent emergency surgery at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center to remove the tumor, which was larger than a golf ball. She then went through a month of rehabilitation followed by multiple rounds of radiation therapy. Currently, Isabella is preparing for chemotherapy at Duke Children’s Hospital, and she plans to document her experience in a YouTube series. Medulloblastoma is a common childhood brain tumor, with approximately 500 new cases annually.