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My little supermodel ??

A video posted by Devon Still (@man_of_still75) on

Leah Still walks the runway at New York Fashion Week

Devon posted this photo with Leah Thursday with the caption "She tries to match my style" (Photo: Twitter/@Dev_Still71) Devon posted this photo with Leah Thursday with the caption "She tries to match my style" (Photo: Twitter/@Dev_Still71)
Leah Still at New York Fashion Week (Photo: Instagram/Man_of_still75) Leah Still at New York Fashion Week (Photo: Instagram/Man_of_still75)
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Devon Still's daughter, Leah, took to the runway Thursday for New York Fashion Week.

Leah's battle with cancer has touched millions across the country after Devon announced in June on instagram that she was battling pediatric cancer.

On Thursday, Leah walked the runway for Nike Levi's Kids fashion show in New York City.

Devon posted the video of Leah's big moment to the song "Shake it Off" by Taylor Swift with the caption "my little supermodel."

He has been posting updates on Leah's progression through instagram and Twitter.  On Feb. 7, Devon posted on instagram that she was released the hospital after spending eight days there receiving treatment.

One of the highlights of the 2014-15 football season was when Leah watched her dad play against the Browns. Then she took to the field as the Bengals presented a $1.3 million check in her name to Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center.

The money represented the sales of her father's jersey, which is the eleventh best-selling jersey in NFL history.

Leah and Devon are set to release the book "I Am Leah Strong" later this year.  The book will depict Leah's battle with cancer. A portion of the book's proceeds will go towards pediatric cancer, says Still. The book is available for pre-order at IamLeahStrong.com

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