22-year-old Chris Rumble from Kent, Washington was diagnosed with leukemia last April after swollen glands lead him to visit a doctor at Wenatchee clinic. ‘Everything happened so fast’, Chris said, just eight hours after being diagnosed he was at Seattle Children’s Hospital. For Chris’s birthday his Wenatchee Wild hockey teammates made him a music video, to thank them Chris made a video of his own which includes doctors, nurses, patients, parents and everyone else on Seattle Children’s Hospital’s Hematology Oncology floor singing and dancing to Kelly Clarkson’s ‘Stronger’. Chris directed the video along with the help from Seattle University film students Ben Anderson, Lael Rogers and Sawyer Purman. Today Rumble is on a six-month treatment plan and hopes to be back on the ice in October playing for Canisius College Golden Griffins in Buffalo, New York.
Making Of ‘Stronger’ At Seattle Children’s Hospital.
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