Taylor Swift was in Boston, Mass., on Sunday to visit patients at the Boston Children’s Hospital.
During her visit, the singer took the time to meet Jordan – a seven-year-old patient battling a very serious condition. From his Facebook page: "When Jordan was just 9 months old, he was diagnosed with Williams Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder. Because of the Syndrome, he has both physical and developmental disabilities. He also had a severe heart condition. At just 18 months old, he underwent open heart surgery to repair part of his aorta. Everyone thought that would be his biggest battle. In the last 6 years he has overcome so much. He grows and learns more everyday.
“Unfortunately, that initial cardiac battle would prove to not be his hardest. On July 24, 2014, Jordan was diagnosed with Leukemia. He is currently in Childrens Hospital Boston and faces a long struggle.”
Taylor took the time to sing with Jordan, as well as play table soccer. For more videos and photos from Taylor’s visit, check out Jordan’s Facebook page.
Also lighting the lives of young cancer patients recently was Adam Sandler. The actor recently talked via phone with fan Grady Lynch, an 8-year-old leukemia sufferer who had reached out to the star online.