DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Two employees at Meadowdale High School in Dayton have been diagnosed with the same form of a rare cancer.
Their students are rallying around them in support.
The chorus of teenagers in a sea of red surrounds a teacher and support staff member. Their red shirts represent blood cancers, their chant is composed of a warning to cancer, "if you come here, you will get a fight."
Art teacher, Dee Dee Tuss, was diagnosed with multiple myeloma, a rare form of cancer as was Adonna Mobley, a school secretary.
Both ladies are in remission. But their support, obviously, is not taking a break.
The odds of developing multiple myeloma are very rare at just 0.63 percent.
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