2-year-old rings recovery bell at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital to celebrate last day of cancer treatment

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CLEVELAND — A two-year-old boy got a celebratory send-off from University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital after a battle with kidney cancer.

The South Russell child, originally diagnosed with a Wilm’s tumor, rang the recovery bell outdoors this afternoon, a long-standing tradition for pediatric patients on their last day of treatment.

A special parade of police, firefighters, family and friends is planned outside the family home later today to send well wishes and celebrate the milestone.

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