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Virtual reality is being used at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford to help prepare and calm patients, to educate and to deliver anesthesia.

Virtual reality is being used at Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford to help prepare and calm patients, to educate and to deliver anesthesia.

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Those who have been personally affected by mental illness are often motivated, even driven, to do something to help lessen the suffering of others. But …

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Current imaging technologies like MRI, CT scans and ultrasound provide valuable views inside the body, but each has drawbacks. MRIs require patients to remain still …

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Picking out scientists — or musicians, designers or most anyone — before their great discovery, amazing insight or groundbreaking innovation, is, needless to say, tricky …

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