Michael Strahan, the charismatic co-host of "Good Morning America," revealed a deeply personal challenge on Thursday as he opened up about his 19-year-old daughter Isabella's battle with a malignant brain tumor. In a powerful interview alongside Robin Roberts, Strahan and his daughter shared Isabella's journey with medulloblastoma, a rare and aggressive form of brain cancer that primarily affects children.
Isabella, a freshman at the University of Southern California, began experiencing "excruciating" headaches in the fall, initially attributing them to vertigo. However, the symptoms escalated rapidly, culminating in a diagnosis of medulloblastoma in late October. The. . .