In 2014, three Oklahoma girls being treated for cancer met for a photoshoot that went viral.

Five years later, each of the girls is cancer-free.

Photographer Lora Scantling told "Good Morning America" Rheann Franklin, 11, Ainsley Peters, 9, and Rylie Hughey, 8, now come together for a photo every year, though that wasn't the initial plan.

PHOTO: The girls in 2019.
Lora Scantling
The girls in 2019.

"After we shot the remission photo a few months after the original photo, we kept getting messages asking about updates of the girls, so we did a one year later portrait," Scantling said. "Then the next spring rolled around and people started asking for an update again -- and every year since."

Scantling said people inquire about the trio all the time, and as long as they continue to do so, they will pose for an annual photo.

PHOTO: Rheann Franklin, Ainsley Peters, Rylie Hughe and Connor Lloyd.
Lora Scantling
Rheann Franklin, Ainsley Peters, Rylie Hughe and Connor Lloyd.

And while Rheanna, Ainsley and Rylie are doing well, Scantling wants to remind people that "kids are still getting diagnosed every day."

It was for that reason they were joined in 2018 by Connor Lloyd, who is being treated for acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and this year, there's a photo of the girls with kids Scantling calls "the fallen fighters."

PHOTO: The kids honor the "fallen fighters."
Lora Scantling
The kids honor the "fallen fighters."

"Not all of them make it," she said. "It's important to highlight both sides of this awful disease, because too many kids die from it and it needs more attention and more funding."