I’ve long thought that working in pediatric oncology (that is, cancer treatment for kids) would be one of the saddest things in the world. But apparently not at Johns Hopkins Hospital, where doctors, nurses, patients, and staff wear clown noses, strum guitars, dance like maniacs, and race tiny race cars — at least according to the video above.
The hospital’s cancer center is one of the best in the nation, and that’s probably thanks in part to the infectious optimism and good cheer that this video highlights. The center’s website also features several stories of patients they’ve treated, if you want your Monday Morning Inspirational Cry to last a little longer.
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