Community lifts prayers up for Channel 2′s Jovita Moore amid brain cancer fight

ATLANTA, Ga. — Channel 2 Action News shared the difficult news on Thursday that veteran anchor Jovita Moore has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer.

Jovita had surgery in April and is now undergoing treatment for glioblastoma.

Read the full story about her diagnosis and treatment here.

Across metro Atlanta and the country, hundreds of people including Atlanta’s mayor, Georgia’s governor and others have offered Jovita prayers and messages of support.

You can leave your well wishes for Jovita here.

Here are some of the messages she’s received:

Meghan McCain:

The View’s Meghan McCain, who lost her father, John McCain, to the same cancer, offered her prayers.

Gov. Brian Kemp:

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms

Sen. Raphael Warnock:

U.S. Representative David Scott

Rep. Scott represents Georgia’s 13th Congressional District, which is made up of several metro Atlanta counties, including Cobb, Douglas, Fayette, Fulton, Clayton and Henry counties.

Rev. Bernice King

Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta

Children battling cancer themselves at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta stood in solidarity with Jovita.

CNN correspondent Renee Marsh

Marsh’s 2-year-old son Blake died of brain cancer in April:

AID Atlanta:

Georgia Chamber of Commerce