Transcript for Cancer patient dances her way through treatment
The woman dancing her way through her toughest battle, and the special surprise waiting for her. Reporter: If you've ever needed proof that a little dance can bring joy, meet Reina Williams, the 34-year-old diagnosed with breast cancer last summer before starting 16 rounds of aggressive chemotherapy. As you can imagine, my first chemotherapy I was really nervous. Reporter: But this was Reina after her first treatment, dancing her way back to her car. I was up in the chemo chair when I was finishing up, and I decided, you know, I want to dance out of here, because I'm so happy that I have completed my first round of chemotherapy. All those things I should be doing Reporter: Though she has no training in dance, Reina used her love for it to give her something positive to focus on. Can't stop the feeling so just dance Reporter: That feeling before each treatment turning the park, area at Swedish American cancer center in northern Illinois to her own dance floor. Ooh, ooh, ooh Reporter: Then on Wednesday after Reina's last chemo treatment, a surprise. Reporter: A flash mob of coworkers, her medical team, family, and friends returning that gift of dance and joy to celebrate. Whoo! Whoo! The amount of love and support that I felt walking out of those doors, it definitely will be something I remember for the rest of my life. And we are cheering you on.
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