KTNV – Virtual reality goggles help ease the pain of cancer treatment for kids

Thanks to a grant written in part by Cure 4 The Kids Foundation’s neuropsychologist, Dr. Danielle Bello, and some very special virtual reality goggles provided by KIND VR, many treatments will be much more tolerable for our patients. KTNV’s Parker Collins explains how this new device is distracting patients from any pain.

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