In all, 13 people celebrated with friends and family the medical discharge and cure of the disease.By Léo Zamignani, TV Centro América23/09/2021 09:42 Updated a month ago Patients celebrate healing in a ceremony at the cancer hospital
Patients celebrate healing in a ceremony at the cancer hospitalA ceremony was held this Tuesday (22), in Cuiabá, to commemorate the victory of children and adults against cancer at the Cancer Hospital of Mato Grosso. In all, 13 people celebrated with friends and family the medical discharge and cure of the disease.
Ingrid, 22, is one of the patients. At age 15, she was diagnosed with leukemia, a type of blood cancer. After seven years of treatment, difficult days and a lot of strength from the family, the long-awaited medical discharge arrived.
Rosa Maria Leite, Ingrid’s mother, says that it is very gratifying to ring the ‘bell of overcoming difficulties’, a bell placed in the hospital to mark this medical discharge.”Today is confirmation that this cancer is curable,” she says.
Another example of overcoming difficulties is Ana Clara, who is only 10 years old. She has gone through seven years of cancer treatment. Now she was discharged, rang the bell with her mother, and will be able to return to her house in Barra do Bugres, 169 km from Cuiabá.
Ana Clara’s mother, Débora Belgo, talks about the treatment.
“I spent a year and eight months living here with her, to undergo treatment, we returned to our city, but we came every week to Cuiabá to undergo chemotherapy in the hospital. We are grateful for seeing her so healthy,” she says.
The event had the animation of the Military Police band and the patients’ families, who went to register the moment.The administrative manager of Hospital de Câncer, Renata Gomes de Oliveira, says that there are some patients who have already finished treatment for some time and have not had the opportunity to come and ring the bell, and that is why the event was held for those who wanted to celebrate. could participate.
The Cancer Hospital performs, on average, 100,000 consultations per year.Many need to be hospitalized and undergo intensive treatments, which last for years. That’s why the symbolic act of ringing the bell announcing the definitive cure for this disease is so important for these people.
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