How Isabella Strahan Is Embracing Hair Loss Amid Cancer Journey

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Isabella Strahan's is maintaining a positive attitude during a tough chapter.

As Michael Strahan's 19-year-old daughter makes her way through chemotherapy, she's kept her followers updated on her cancer treatment. And in her latest video, she's making it clear her sense of humor has remained intact amid her health battle.

In an April 27 TikTok, Isabella sports a green floral dress and blonde wig before her twin sister, Sophia Strahan, snatches it off her head. The video is dubbed by a Monster High clip popularized on the app saying, "Oh my gosh, she's bald. She's bald and she's torturing people who have hair."

And Isabella added in the video's caption, "If I was a sound."

After being diagnosed with medulloblastoma in October, the USC student has used her social media to document her chemotherapy journey, detailing the more serious parts of her treatment, including multiple craniotomies.

In a recent YouTube video, Isabella—who is also daughter to Jean Muggli—detailed a day in her life, and several trips to the hospital.

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"I had my third craniotomy," she shared April 12. "I'm feeling a lot better."

Throughout the trying experience, Isabella had her family by her side, including father Michael, who was featured in the video accompanying his daughter after she was experiencing shortness of breath.

The Good Morning America co-host has continued to support his daughter through her treatments, including arranging a visit from her favorite celebrity, Bryson Tiller.

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"I know she's going through it, but I know that we're never given more than we can handle," the 52-year-old told ABC News in January. "I literally think that in a lot of ways, I'm the luckiest man in the world because I've got an amazing daughter."

Read on for a full timeline of Isabella's cancer journey.

Brain Cancer Diagnosis

<p>Brain Cancer Diagnosis</p>

Family Support

<p>Family Support</p>

Radiation Therapy

<p>Radiation Therapy</p>

First Chemotherapy Round

<p>First Chemotherapy Round</p>

Emergency Skull Surgery

<p>Emergency Skull Surgery</p>

Special Visit

<p>Special Visit</p>

Chemotherapy Round 2

<p>Chemotherapy Round 2</p>

New Side Effects

<p>New Side Effects</p>

Good News

<p>Good News</p>

Roadblock in Her Journey

<p>Roadblock in Her Journey</p>

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