Bobby is a daz­zler as he beats can­cer

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

A Cam­bus­lang lad who touched the hearts of Re­former read­ers has sym­bol­i­cally rung the bell at Glas­gow Chil­dren’s Hospi­tal af­ter beat­ing can­cer.

Four-year-old Bobby McGre­gor un­der­went chemo­ther­apy just about ev­ery day for three years to treat lym­phoblas­tic leukaemia.

But two weeks ago we re­ported that Bobby’s mum and dad,Whit­ney Wat­son and Robert McGre­gor, had re­ceived the news they longed for when they were told his treat­ment was over and he was can­cer-free.

And on Mon­day they re­turned to the hospi­tal where Bobby rang the end of treat­ment bell to sig­nify his vic­tory over the dis­ease.

Mum Whit­ney posted the pic­ture on Face­book, say­ing:“Best morn­ing ever with all my fam­ily and Robert’s fam­ily.

“Here’s to a life of health and hap­pi­ness now my wee man has com­pletely kicked can­cer’s a***.”

Bell ringerBobby McGre­gor rings the end of treat­ment bell in front of his proud fam­ily

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