6-year-old boy celebrates end of chemo treatments with adorable dance

WE WIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jimmy finished a yearlong chemotherapy treatment yesterday and rang the bell with his family and the staff to celebrate. The bell signifies so many emotions – it can signify the sound of tears, strength, fear, courage, doubt, satisfaction, relief and happiness all coming through as one as people around them cheer this accomplishment. The sound of that bell resonates in more ways than one. The emotion in the room is just unbelievable. You can help kids like Jimmy! Donate today at www.givetochildrens.org/donate.Follow his journey at I'm praying for Jimmy Spagnolo.

تم نشره بواسطة ‏‎Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC‎‏ في 3 فبراير، 2017

It’s a moment 6-year-old Jimmy Spagnolo’s family has been waiting for since he was just 4 months old — the day the little boy would finally reach the end of his chemotherapy treatments, at least for now.

For years, Jimmy has been battling an inoperable brain tumor. So far, he’s gone through four rounds of chemo to shrink the tumor.


Following a years-long tradition at the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Jimmy rang a bell symbolizing that a person is either cancer-free or has reached a milestone in treatment.