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Cincy Shirts partners with Devon Still to raise awareness for pediatric cancer

For each shirt sold, $15 will go directly to Still's campaign that will benefit Cincinnati Children's Hospital as well as the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. (Photo via Cincy Shirts) For each shirt sold, $15 will go directly to Still's campaign that will benefit Cincinnati Children's Hospital as well as the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia. (Photo via Cincy Shirts)
Devon Still's 4-year-old daughter Leah has inspired people across the nation as she battles stage 4 neuroblastoma cancer (provided photo) Devon Still's 4-year-old daughter Leah has inspired people across the nation as she battles stage 4 neuroblastoma cancer (provided photo)
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The story of Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still and his 4-year-old daughter Leah, who is battling stage 4 neuroblastoma cancer, continues to be one of the most remarkable stories we've heard around the NFL in years.

Now Cincy Shirts has partnered with Cincinnati Bengals Defensive End Devon Still to raise awareness for pediatric cancer.

For each shirt sold, $15 will go directly to Still's campaign that will benefit Cincinnati Children's Hospital as well as the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, where his daughter Leah is being treated. To purchase a shirt or donate, visit the Cincy Shirts website.

In an interview with FOX19 NOW's Rob Williams Tuesday, Still said the outpouring of support he has received from friends, family, fans and complete strangers has made it easier to focus on football.

Still's jerseys have already sold out in the Tri-State. Hours after he was signed onto the Bengals active roster last week, sales went through the roof. His jersey actually had more sales in a 24-hour period than any Bengals jersey in history.

The Bengals have announced that proceeds from his jerseys also will benefit pediatric cancer research.

Mobile video of Devon Still's interview with FOX19 NOW's Rob Williams: http://bit.ly/1o08L6T

[RELATED: Devon Still's jersey gets record sales for Bengals]

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