Heartwarming Video Shows Nurse Going The Extra Mile For Leukaemia Patient

by : UNILAD on : 04 Feb 2016 15:58
Sophia's Odyssey/Facebook

This is the heartwarming moment where a male nurse sang to a 4-year-old Leukaemia patient in order to help her sleep.


Sophia Torres was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia in May of last year, and has sadly spent most of her time since inside Texas Children’s Hospital.

According to KHOU Sophia has battled through numerous surgeries, but a stroke has impacted her speech, eyesight, and ability to walk.

Thankfully Sophia is cared for by medical staff that go the extra mile in order to put a smile on her face.

That’s where nurse Brandon Waterhouse comes in. After Sophia was struggling to sleep Brandon sang A Whole New World from Disney’s Aladdin to help her get some rest.


Nurse Brandon singing to Sophia. It’s beautiful to see this and it shows that he loves his career. Making children smile one at a time. Keep on singing!

Posted by Sophia’s Odyssey on Sunday, January 31, 2016

The video was posted on Sophia’s Facebook page hand has been viewed over 117,000 times already.

Speaking to KHOU her father, Jose, said:

It’s been a difficult journey for Sophia. We’ve been her basically eight months, staying here at the hospital.

He sat down on the chair and got in front of Sophia and started singing.

We are shocked, surprised that this video went viral,” said Torres. “We felt happy and just amazed!


Posted by Sophia’s Odyssey on Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Brandon and the rest of the team at Texas Children’s Hospital are all absolute heroes, and Sophia is one incredibly brave little girl.


Keep up the incredible work guys!

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