Sophia Petikas’s last day of treatment for a spinal cord tumor was reason enough to celebrate--but then she got the surprise of her life from staff members who aren’t just compassionate, dedicated, and caring; they’re kind of… well, hip.
Watch what happens when the hospital staff at Willis-Knighton Proton Therapy Center in Shreveport, Louisiana, decided to give 12-year-old Petikas, their first pediatric cancer patient, a send-off she’d never forget.
By now, you may have heard of the “Whip and Nae Nae” dance craze, and you’ve surely seen the flash mobs taking over the Internet as of late. When you combine the two, plus add a cancer-free tween girl into the mix, the result is pure happiness, and pure Internet gold.
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