James Locker, a boy of five, of Truro, Cornwall, has spent most of its life among doctors and hospitals for one leukemia diagnosed when I had just 12 months.
The little boy was discharged earlier this year and with the news came the long-awaited moment to play the Bell, an action that symbolizes the end of the entire healing process.
At first, the doctors who they tried Upon coming up with the diagnosis they were puzzled by his unusual noisy breathing symptom.
But after coming across the disease, his parents Hannah, 37, and John Locker, 34, have not separated from James in their fight against cancer.
At video James can be seen with his father playing, finally, the longed-for Bell.
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