How virtual reality technology helps patients cope with cancer | Chris O'Brien Lifehouse
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Lifehouse patient Julie describes how virtual reality technology is helping her cope with cancer treatment.

“The fact is that cancer treatment isn’t a walk in the park. You have to sit for long periods, have repeated consults, needles, prodding and people asking you questions you probably don’t feel like answering. That doesn’t even include the looming cloud of doubt whether or not the process will be worth the effort.”

Julie is taking part in a trial using virtual reality as distraction therapy.

Body and Soul feature her story here.

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