The ad profiled 3-year-old Anastacio Cuevas, a child who beat leukemia with the help of chemotherapy and his family and the charity by his side. Using a series of touching photographs of Cuevas, the commercial showed the various stages of his recovery.
The not-for-profit provides resources and stability to more than 4.5 million children and families a year around the world.
Paid for by McDonald's Corporation, this is the fourth time RMHC has aired a commercial highlighting the benefits of the charity's work at the Super Bowl.
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