COD students provide new bedroom for child with cancer
GLEN ELLYN – After Emily Beazley had been receiving treatment for T-cell lymphoblastic non-Hodgkin lymphoma for about two months, she was admitted to the hospital for a fever.
The hospital’s music therapist came to visit her, as she often did, to sing songs. This time, though, the therapist asked Emily what song she’d like to sing. That was easy: “The Climb” by Miley Cyrus.
“I have a mountain in my life, and I go up and down in my life,” said Emily, 10, of Chicago. “I’m stuck climbing the mountain, and I’m almost at the top.”
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