Young cancer survivor Johnathon Cahill, of Bellport, pays it forward to help other children with cancer

Johnathon Cahill and his family are making movie

Johnathon Cahill and his family are making movie gift baskets for children in the hospital. (Credit: News 12 Long Island)

A young cancer survivor from Bellport is paying it forward to spread happiness and hope to other children on Long Island who are battling cancer.

Johnathon Cahill, who turned 4 last month, has been cancer-free for almost two years after battling stage 4 liver cancer that spread to his lung. His mother, Amy, says their family received a lot of support while he was undergoing treatment and one...

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