Power Rangers help cancer patient celebrate final radiation treatment

4-year-old boy given special suit at Orlando hospital


ORLANDO, Fla. – A 4-year-old cancer patient got some powerful help Thursday while celebrating his final radiation treatment at an Orlando hospital.

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Aiden, a Kissimmee boy who had a tumor removed from one of his kidneys, was joined at Orlando Health's UF Health Cancer Center by the Power Rangers, who helped him with his ringing of the bell ceremony, a tradition shared by cancer patients receiving their final treatment.

Aiden has undergone six radiation treatments this month, in addition to several surgeries, to remove the tumor.

Aiden was given a special Power Rangers suit to wear during his final treatment.  He also shared high fives with the Power Rangers and posed for pictures with the super heroes.

Doctor say Aiden's prognosis is good, but he will have to complete six months of chemotherapy.

The boy's family has set up a GoFundMe account for his care.


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