A group of pediatric cancer patients are sharing their strength with the world, thanks to a fantastic new video that’s going viral this week.
The video, which already has over half a million views since it was uploaded on Monday, shows patients and staff on the oncology floor of Seattle Children’s Hospital dancing and lip-syncing to Kelly Clarkson‘s song “Stronger.”
Some patients sing the words, while others hold up handwritten signs with messages like “Hope” and “Stronger.” Still others bust a move in the hallways of the hospital.
The video was the brainchild of 22-year-old Chris Rumble, who found out last month that he had leukemia.
“The diagnosis hit me like a brick wall,” he said in a post on the hospital’s blog. “I was really worried about playing hockey again but I didn’t have time to be sad because everything just happened so fast.”
Check out the video above, and be sure to use the buttons to the left to share the inspiration with your friends!
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- Video Of Cancer Patients Singing ‘Stronger’ Goes Viral (fox2now.com)
- Kelly Clarkson shares uplifting ‘Stronger’ Seattle Children’s video (king5.com)
- Seattle Children’s Hospital’s cancer unit shows they are “Stronger” (cbsnews.com)
- WATCH: Child Cancer Patients Sing Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Stronger’ (newsfeed.time.com)
- Cancer-Battling Kids Sing Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Stronger’ [VIDEO] (mashable.com)