Cancer survivor donates thousands of toys the the hospital that saved him

 

A five-year-old who survived cancer donated thousands of toys to a hospital that helped save him, after using his birthday wish to ask for toys he could give to Penn State Children's Hospital. Weston Newsanger was treated at the hospital for rhabdomyosarcoma, a type of cancer that affects soft tissue, after he was diagnosed in 2016. He's now been cancer-free for two years, and decided that he wanted to do something special for his September 26th birthday, telling his mother, "I want to get Play-Doh and dinosaurs for the children of the hospital." His family collected over 1,200 containers of Play-Doh and over 1,000 dinosaurs and hundreds of other toys over several weeks, and then brought them all to the hospital on October 1st

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