Was a St. Louis girl saved by a miracle? Doctors say they don't know how how she survived a rare and deadly cancer.
"It came back between my heart, lung and spine, and based on statistics, I had a 0-percent chance of making it," Rachel Lozano says. "No one had ever survived after a bone marrow transplant with my type of cancer."
But she did. Six years later, Rachel is cancer free. Now, the Vatican is investigating her case as a miracle.
During years of chemotherapy, radiation and surgeries, Rachel prayed to Blessed Chaminade. He was a French priest who was persecuted during the French Revolution. He also founder of the Marianist Order.
Friday on Awake with News-4, Maggie Crane tells us Rachel's story. Hear why even doctors say she shouldn't be alive today.