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Immersive Virtual Reality Gaming Helps Kids With Hemophilia Get Through Infusions (VIDEO)

At Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio children with hemophilia that have to undergo regular procedures involving needles, such as infusions, now have something better to look forward to. The hospital is now offered a virtual reality headset that runs a game specially designed to take kids’ attention away from scary and painful medical procedures. […] This post Immersive Virtual Reality Gaming Helps Kids With Hemophilia Get Through Infusions (VIDEO) appeared first on Medgadget.
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