A video of a cancer patient being escorted out of her last chemotherapy treatment by a college marching band has gone viral.

Ann Trachtenberg’s niece contacted the University of Wisconsin Badger Marching Band after she had joked that she wanted to be escorted out of the UW Carbone Cancer Center, the Milwaukee Wisconsin Journal Sentinel reported.

Trachtenberg was filmed walking out of the building, smiling wide in a red Wisconsin T-shirt as a dozen members of the band played “On Wisconsin” to mark the end of her treatment, the report said.


UW Marching Band Surprises Cancer Patient

When Ann Trachtenberg joked she wanted to be escorted out of her last chemotherapy treatment by a marching band, little did she know her niece would contact the Badger Band: The University of Wisconsin Marching Band to do the honors. Join us in congratulating her by commenting below!

Posted by UW Carbone Cancer Center on Monday, July 20, 2015

After playing “When you say Wisconsin, you said it all,” a member of the band congratulates an emotional Trachtenberg.

“This is great, this is great,” Trachtenberg can be heard saying. It is not clear what type of cancer Trachtenberg was being treated for.

The video has been viewed more than 435,000 times.