Cystic Fibrosis Patient Uses Adele Lyrics to Inspire Community from Hospital Window

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According to wkyc.com, a young CFer who fights to stay alive every day has given new life to the neighborhood outside her Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital window.

Vicki Robinson, 27, diagnosed with cystic fibrosis when she was 8 years old started this contagious inspiration that’s catching on one window at a time.

It all began when she hung a sign in her hospital room window saying: “Hello from the other side” lyrics from Adele’s smash hit “Hello”.

That prompted Katie Bingman and Binh To-Thorne from Case Western Reserve University’s Department of Biology across the street to shout the next verse, silently from their little window.

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