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NFL player Devon Still and his fiancée, Asha Joyce, put their wedding on hold for two years while Devon's daughter, Leah, fought stage IV neuroblastoma, a rare and deadly form of cancer.

Now that Leah is officially cancer-free, they are getting their dream wedding, courtesy of The Knot.

That means that America has been helping plan the wedding, voting on each detail of the special day, including everything from the flowers to the cake to Asha's dress.

Instead of a gift registry, the couple has created a registry to raise money for a cause near and dear to their hearts: pediatric cancer.

Devon, Asha and Leah joined the "Fox and Friends" co-hosts this morning to discuss the whirlwind past two years and the wedding, which is just around the corner on May 13.

Devon said that with Leah completing her treatments, the wedding coming up and his recent contract with the Houston Texans, things are looking up for the family that's been through so much.

"[The] past two years, it's been really hard for us," Devon said. "Things are definitely turning around."

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