It was a difficult year for Missouri assistant coach Brad Loos. His daughter was diagnosed with stage-four neuroblastoma, a cancer of the adrenal glands. It was a difficult diagnosis that would require his five-year-old daughter to undergo intense therapy.
The Missouri community came together to #RallyForRhyan at a game against Tennessee in February, offering free admission to anyone who donated to causes fighting pediatric cancer.
The Loos family got to share some pretty good news Wednesday, saying there was no more active disease in her bone marrow and her immediate treatment would stop:
— Mizzou Basketball (@MizzouHoops) June 15, 2016
The Rally for Rhyan game drew 10,536 and was a big victory for Missouri on the basketball court. That excitement and that push though was a prelude to the victory the Loos family experienced earlier today and shared with the world.
This is fantastic news for Missouri and the SEC family.