5-year-old Jase Black and the staff at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital celebrated him completing his chemo treatment.
Treatment for cancer can seem like forever to a child, but Jase Black stayed positive and upbeat, even during the hardest times. Now after 60 weeks of chemotherapy, he is celebrating the end of treatment.
Jase Black celebrated the end of his treatment with a dance party, and rang the bell, in the presence of his care team, and family.
Watch 5-year-old Jase Black celebrate an end to 60 weeks of chemo by ringing his hospital’s celebratory end-of-treatment bell. According to the hospital, Jase was receiving chemotherapy for a non-cancerous brain tumor caused by a condition known as neurofibromatosis. pic.twitter.com/goBGnvzgLZ
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