Hospital Workers Don Tutus To Surprise 5-Yr-Old Cancer Patient With Ballet Routine.

True health care heroes would do anything to help their patients feel better, physically and mentally. For Dr. Baylon Kamalarajan and Emma Maunder of the Worcester Royal Hospital, that meant donning tutus!

The last few months have been especially hard for one of their patients, a little girl named Isobel Fletcher. Diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in 2017, the 5-year-old endured two years of treatment only to get the news that her cancer returned this year. Luckily, Baylon and Emma knew the perfect way to cheer her up!

Isobel always brings ballet books to her chemotherapy treatments, so one day, the two of them surprised her with a special dance routine they created just for her! Spoiler alert: Isobel loved it!

Try not to smile as you watch Isobel light up at the pirouetting pair in the video below, and share this story to show appreciation for these kindhearted heroes.


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