Watch This School Chorus Serenade a Teacher Recently Diagnosed With Cancer

Get your tissues handy for this one.

Adriana Lopez is a teacher at Public School 22 (PS22) in Staten Island, New York, who was recently diagnosed with breast cancer, BuzzFeed reported. The PS22 chorus decided to dedicate a touching performance to Lopez in honor of her diagnosis.

They performed a moving rendition of Martina McBride’s song about cancer, “I’m Gonna Love You Through It.”

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I want to thank you for this special moment,” Lopez says in the video below. “It’s not easy, but I will get through it because I have wonderful friends at this school.”

Watch the performance below: 

Check out the PS22 Chorus YouTube channel for more of their videos. 

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