Transcript for Childhood cancer survivor engaged
Finally tonight here, America strong. The young woman and a battle won, and now a heart won, too. You first met Montana brown when he started as a pediatric nurse at Aflac cancer center of children's health Carol of Atlanta. Hey, Kennedy. Reporter: It is a place she knows well. Your mom's going to have to let you . Reporter: This young nurse is a two-time cancer survivor herself. First diagnosed at the age of 2 with a rare type of childhood cancer affecting her muscles and bones, and then again at 15. Both times, she was treated at the very same hospital where she returned to work, inspired by the nurses who once treated her. The nurses here, the love that they showed me, just really helped me and pushed me to want to become a nurse. Anything you want to talk about? Reporter: But tonight, we've learned of another milestone. Beating cancer, landing that job, and after volunteering at camp sunshine in Georgia for children with cancer, she met fellow cancer survivor, Erik Harstad. And tonight, they wanted to share the news here. Hey, David. This is Erik and Montana. Reporter: Checking in from camp sunshine. We wanted to let everyone know that we're getting married. Yay! Reporter: Two young cancer survivors, now helping young people facing that same battle. And Montana hoping this new development inspires them, too. I'm not walking through the doors as a patient anymore. And I get to be an idea of hope and inspiration for other kids. Montana and Erik. We celebrate you all. Thanks for watching. I'm David Muir. I hope to see you right back here tomorrow, and first thing in the morning on "Gma."
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