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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — A 3-year old who has undergone more than a year of cancer treatment is getting out just in time for Thanksgiving.

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Keshinae McFarlane’s liver cancer is in remission thanks to treatment from doctors at the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center and Holtz Children’s Hospital.

Her family said it’s a reason to celebrate just before Thanksgiving. But the diagnosis wasn’t so great 14 months before.

It all started when her mother, Nicole Brown, noticed that Keshinae had a bump on the left side of her abdomen and a high fever.  That’s when she rushed her to a hospital near their home in Jamaica.

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Doctors later diagnosed her with liver cancer just a few months before her second birthday.

Keshinae and her mother made their way to Miami for treatment where doctors confirmed she had a rare type of liver cancer that usually affects young children – hepatoblastoma.

Doctors at first thought she needed a liver transplant but after 15 surgeries and chemotherapy, her liver has regenerated.

With her cancer in remission, she is able to leave Friday.

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Her mother says she is thankful this holiday season for her daughter’s recovery and is looking forward to spend Thanksgiving with her out of the hospital.