A video, capturing patients and staffers on the hematology/oncology floor of Seattle Children’s Hospital dancing and singing to Kelly Clarkson’s hit song “Stronger”, has been getting the attention of one and all. It was actually the idea of 22-year-old Chris Rumble, who in April came to know that he had leukemia. It was the crucial point in his life when he decided to make this video as a mark of thanks to all his old hockey teammates.
“I wanted to make a video to send back to my team and I thought what better way to do it than with the kids on my floor”, he said, while making it clear that he’s all set to meet the challenges of life ahead.
Seeing the video, even Clarkson commented on her twitter account that she would like to meet all the kids and nurses in the video. The emotional video made many eyes shed tears. It is worth praising how the brave hearts battling for their life enjoyed the song.
It was worth applauding that despite the tough time the patients are facing, they had a great time performing on the popular song. It has certainly put a message across the society that one must live his or her life to the fullest despite the odds.
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