This summer, Chancellor "Chance" Davidson was an average student at St. Thomas Episcopal and a member of the school's bagpipe team.
Now, one could argue, he's anything but average. The 12-year-old began complaining of headaches in June and tests revealed that he had a brain tumor. Following 18 weeks of chemotherapy and six weeks of targeted proton therapy at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, Davidson wrapped up his treatment on Thursday morning.
He celebrated this milestone by performing as a ball boy at the M.D. Anderson Proton Therapy Showcase last Saturday, watching the University of Texas men's and women's basketball teams take on the UCLA Bruins at Reliant Stadium.
At halftime, Davidson met a few of the Houston Texans players in attendance — including J.J. Watt and Brian Cushing — before taking on legendary sports broadcaster Dick Vitale on the court.
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