Cole Magnus, from Chicago, Illinois, has celebrated a major milestone after completing his chemotherapy and ringing the cancer bell. The five-year-old was diagnosed with B-Cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL) in 2015 and has undergone more than one thousand doses of chemotherapy. After leaving the hospital, Cole was welcomed home by the local fire department, who clapped and cheered him over the threshold.
A grandpa flew for the first time in 10 years to surprise his grandson for his last chemotherapy session. Paul Sharp, 92, who lives in Layton, Utah, traveled to Dallas, Texas, to support his grandson - and celebrate him ringing the bell to mark the end of his treatment.