Wheaties calls itself the "Breakfast of Champions." Usually, that means individuals need to win something to get on the box.

Leah Still, 5, did not win a Super Bowl or a World Series or any other title that comes with a ring. She will get her Wheaties cover after earning a different kind of championship: Beating cancer.

Thanks @wheatiescereal in the words straight out of Leah's mouth, this is so awesome!! #LeahStrong #StillStrong

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In June 2014, just before her fourth birthday, Leah, the daughter of Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, was diagnosed with Stage 4 neuroblastoma, a type of pediatric cancer that gives patients a 50-50 chance at survival.

Devon battled through training camp to try to make the 2014 Bengals. He started the season on the practice squad but made the active roster in Week 2. He had three tackles in his emotional return to an NFL field.

In March, Leah's cancer went into remission. By late July, Leah was reported to be cancer free.

Devon is back at Bengals camp this year trying to retain his place on the roster. Still had no tackles in the Bengals ' first preseason game against the Giants last Friday.

Devon's biggest victory of the summer came from the report of Leah being cancer free. The news came shortly after Leah and Devon shared the Jimmy V Award for Perseverance at the 2015 ESPY Award. So, Leah did get a little bit of hardware for her victory.

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