This week on Fox News Sunday, Gabriella Miller was posthumously named the Power Player of the Week for her bravery and her dedication to raising awareness for childhood cancer. Chris Wallace sits down with Gabriella’s parents, Ellyn and Mark, and House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (VA-7) to honor Gabriella and her efforts that spurred Congress into action to pass through both chambers the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act. The President is expected to sign this bill into law this week.
Gabriella Miller: "That might be one of the reasons why I got cancer-so that- not as many kids will be diagnosed. If I lose my battle, then I'm going to want other people to carry on the war."
After her death last October, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor saw that video. He pushed the Gabriella Miller Kids First Research Act through Congress - $126 million over the next decade.
Leader Cantor: "This place can often be about politics. And what we're trying to do is put the curing of disease for children above politics."