Little heroes to get super powers to help them cope with cancer treatment in Glasgow

Little heroes to get super powers to help them cope with cancer treatment in Glasgow
 

Young cancer patients are being given superhero powers to help them cope with radiotherapy.
Children need to wear tight-fitting masks during the treatment, which can be frightening and claustrophobic.
To make it less daunting, clinical technologists have been making the kids masks in the likeness of their favourite characters, whether it’s Batman, Pikachu, the Hulk, a tiger or a butterfly.
Five-year-old patient Lara loves her fairy princess mask.
She said: “My mask is helping me a lot. I love the painting and jewels on it.
“I love that it is a fairy princess and has my name on it. My mask... read more

 
14 December 2017 in Regional, Views: 43
Source: Daily Record
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