Michael Strahan’s Daughter Isabella, 19, Shows Off Basket of Cancer Medications 'I Take to Stay Alive'

The model recently underwent her second round of chemotherapy after being diagnosed with a brain tumor

Michael Strahan's daughter Isabella Strahan is documenting her time at home while in between chemotherapy sessions for her brain tumor.

On April 24, the 19-year-old student and model posted the latest installment of her YouTube series, where she's been sharing her health journey after having emergency surgery in October 2023 to remove a large medulloblastoma — a type of malignant tumor — in her cerebellum.

In the vlog, which was filmed and edited by her twin sister Sophia, Isabella is at her New York City home making herself some tea while preparing for bed. “This is my station,” she said while showing a big basket full of medications on the kitchen counter. “These are my medicines that I take to stay alive.”

Making jokes about the situation alongside her sister, Isabella then narrates while making herself a cup of tea using a “mindful teapot” because she has “balance issues” and doesn’t want to spill anything.

“So I’m gonna use soursop tea, which is hopefully anti-cancerous…because I have cancer,” she said with a laugh.

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<p>Isabella Strahan</p> Isabella Strahan getting her cancer medication while in bed

Isabella Strahan

Isabella Strahan getting her cancer medication while in bed

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After getting into bed, Isabella then has a home nurse give her a heparin injection, which is used to prevent blood clots while undergoing treatment.

The next day, Isabella was preparing for a busy schedule. “I have a dermatology appointment at 1:30 and then I have blood work at 3. And I just had occupational therapy at 11:30,” she said before heading out.

When she got in the car to go to her appointments, Isabella’s driver asked her how she’s feeling today. “I’m feeling…,” she simply replied.

The vlog also included a clip from the moment Sophia surprised Isabella by coming into town. Isabella was laying on the couch when she burst into tears seeing her twin walk in the door.

“Oh my gosh! I’m getting so many surprises! This is why you wouldn’t answer my calls,” she told Sophia, who has been away for college at Duke University.

Related: Michael Strahan’s Daughter Isabella Sheds 'Happy Tears' Learning She Only Has 2 Rounds of Chemo Left: 'I Can Do It'

<p>Isabella Strahan</p> Isabella Strahan's cancer medications

Isabella Strahan

Isabella Strahan's cancer medications

In a previous video, the model’s surprise visit from her sister came shortly after learning she would only have two more rounds of chemotherapy instead of four more.

“I’m halfway there! I’m halfway done with chemo and it just makes me really happy,” Isabella said at the time. “I’ve been praying that I would only have to do four rounds and now… yay! Now, I can’t even be a little bit sad because I can do it. I’ve done it, I just have to repeat everything I’ve just done. I’m just super happy. Today’s a great day.”

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Isabella Strahan

Isabella Strahan

Other than her vlog updates, Isabella has been fairly quiet on social media as she continues treatment for her brain tumor.

On April 19, she posted a TikTok video in response to one follower who asked if she was “still alive.” Isabella responded by sharing a clip of her dancing to Sexyy Red's "Get It Sexyy," captioning the video, "crazi comment."

In the comments section, Sophia chimed in and wrote that her sister is "Better than ever ✌️." Isabella then added, "Not going anywhere."

Another fan also commented,  "Thanks for the update... I was worried," before Isabella responded, "Me too."

The TikTok came days after Isabella’s recent vlog post, where she informed her followers that she underwent an unexpected third craniotomy (a month after her second).

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