11 year-old Alexa Bolton is suffering from a bone cancer so rare she's appearing on 'The View' this morning to talk about her diagnosis and receive a special surprise.

The Baldwinsville girl was diagnosed with stage 4 Ewing Sarcoma last October after complaining of back pain. The doctor discovered a tumor on her spine which spread to her chest bone.

Alexa will have to undergo 17 rounds of chemotherapy and a 10 day radiation cycle.

'The View' co-host Raven-Symone made a surprise visit, bringing John from 'Anything Can Be Project.' "I take dreams of kids who are fighting cancer and make them come true through photographer," he explained to Alexa.

Tune in to The View at 11am to see Alexa's story and results from the 'Anything Can Be Project.'

Today I surprised this beautiful little girl 11-year-old Alexa Bolton who has Ewing’s Sarcoma, a form of bone cancer. She is a dancer and gymnast and was complaining of some pain in her back. She went to the doctor and they discovered a tumor on her spine which spread to her chestbone. She has to undergo 17 cycles of chemotherapy, and then a 10 day radiation cycle.@theviewabc @anythingcanbeproject#unicorn #season19 #theview #love #live #abc #nyc #newyork #tv #news #positivity #truth #turnup #hair #makeup #ravensymone #raven #symone #behappy #girlpower #actress #2015 #million #girl #music

Posted by Raven-Symoné on Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Alexa's Friends Fund

While fighting her rare diagnosis, Alexa is making a difference at Upstate Golisano Children's Hospital, where she's receiving treatment. She's helping provide colorful, fun towels to her fellow young patients. Help Alexa by donating to Alexa's Friends Fund.

Suzette Bolton

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