Popular Twitch streamer Kyedae Shymko recently shared encouraging news about her ongoing battle against cancer. 

In a heartfelt announcement on her Twitch stream on September 27, she revealed that she is “officially off chemotherapy.”

This is a significant milestone in her fight against acute myeloid leukemia (AML), a type of cancer that impacts the blood and bone marrow.

Is this proof that Elon Musk and Ben Affleck are secretly Valorant fans?
Chinese police successfully dismantle US$4.1 million Valorant cheats distribution operation
All bundles spotted from Valorant Mobile skins leak
Ben Affleck reveals which agent he mains in Valorant
These are the mice the pros are using at VCT Champions 2023

Kyedae announces she is officially off chemotherapy

Kyedae at a promotional shoot for Valorant
Credit: Nigel Zalamea/ONE Esports

Before sharing the positive news with her fans, Kyedae emphasized the importance of successfully completing her chemotherapy.

TenZ’s top 10 tips on how to rank up in Valorant

She made it clear that her fight against cancer is far from over. But she is very happy that her hair and nails have started to grow back.

“That does not mean I’m cancer-free,” she said. “But, we will take every good news we can get.”

TenZ’s best advice on spray control and managing economy in Valorant

Kyedae has been streaming consistently, even during her cancer treatments. However, she hasn’t confirmed whether she plans to return to her previous Twitch schedule since announcing her cancer diagnosis on March 3.

Full list of TenZ Valorant guides: Crosshair, settings, climbing rank, anime buffs

Kyedae is engaged to Sentinels’ superstar player Tyson “TenZ” Ngo, who stands as one of the prominent Valorant streamers today, with 2.1 million followers on Twitch.

Even while going through recovery, she has maintained an Immortal rank on the North America server.

You can watch her video below.

READ MORE: Improve your Valorant warm-up routine with TenZ’s unique Aim Lab task