Cancer Patient Rings Bell to End Chemo Treatments
At the end of their chemotherapy journeys, Mon Health Zelda Stein Weiss Cancer Center patients ring a bell.
Donated by a former cancer patient, the bell signifies the end of a difficult season and the beginning of a new one.
Russell Yoney, of Mt. Morris, Pennsylvania, celebrated what he hopes to be his final visit to the Mon Health Medical Center Infusion Center on April 29, after completing his sixth chemotherapy treatment for non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma.
“The nurses in the infusion center made the chemotherapy bearable, and while I’m ready for this to be over, I’ll miss them,” Yoney said.
For more information about the Mon Health Zelda Stein Weiss Cancer Center, visit MonHealth.com/Cancer.
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