He looked happy as he danced after ringing the bell. The crowd cheered him on and could be heard singing, 'Pack your bags.'
Going through cancer treatment can be a grueling process and more for kids. It can be extremely tiring and one needs a strong will to go through it. Noah went through it and the joy on his face, after his treatment got over, was unmatchable. In a TikTok video posted by @noahsheroes0, he runs through the hospital corridor while his family members and staff sing and blow bubbles for him. He comes to the end of the corridor and then starts dancing. After which, he rings the end of treatment bell. He looks extremely happy as he continues to dance and everyone can be heard singing, "Pack your bags, get out of the door, you don't need chemo anymore." Then they all start screaming, "Yeah!! You did it!" Noah gives a thumbs-up to everyone and enjoys the bubbles.
The video is captioned, "793 Days of fighting and Noah finally rang his end of treatment bell today!" It has about 27.7k views and more than 2200 likes. Many on social were so happy for Noah. @jocelynn.maire commented, "This is the 2nd video today I saw ppl who beat cancer! This is amazing!!! Congratulations." @stanlytuccimane wrote, "Yes, Noah!!!!!!! Here's to only happy and healthy things ahead for you." @valleygirl4u expressed, "Yesssss!!!!!! Awwwww, you did it, Noah!!!" @katkit10657 shared, "All the love to you little man. You're a fighter and a winner. Be proud you earned it." @kelcor2003 commented, "What a handsome and strong boy. His joy is contagious."
The same video was posted on Twitter by @GoodNewsCorres1. It is captioned, "NO MORE CHEMO DANCE! Noah has been fighting Leukemia for 793 days. @NoahsHeroes writes: "I am thankful beyond words…that he has a second chance at life and I will enjoy every second watching him thrive and live life to the fullest!" The video has garnered more than 15k views.
"We love this so much! Congratulations, Noah, Here's to many more dance parties! Wishing you all the best moving forward," commented @LLSusa. "Go on, little man, go on! wrote @Fergossi. "I love this so much," expressed @seachickenycats. Noah was diagnosed with B-Cell Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) on January 20, 2021, according to The Amazing Noah website.
Recently, a woman from Florida who spent her life savings to help her daughter fight breast cancer won a $2 million Florida Lottery prize. Geraldine Gimblet had bought the ticket just one day before her daughter finished her final treatment for breast cancer. She was happy to know that she won the lottery but something that made her even more glad was that her daughter was with her when she claimed the prize at the lottery's headquarters in Tallahassee.
Gumblet's daughter is grateful for her mother's support throughout her cancer battle. She said that her mother took out her life savings to take care of her when she was unwell. She added that she was happy that her mother won the lottery. The Florida Lottery reports that Gimblet opted for a one-time, lump-sum payment of just over $1.6 million.
NO MORE CHEMO DANCE!— GoodNewsCorrespondent (@GoodNewsCorres1) April 12, 2023
Noah has been fighting Leukemia for 793 days. @NoahsHeroes writes: "I am thankful beyond words…that he has a second chance at life and I will enjoy every second watching him thrive and live life to the fullest!"