Wednesday June 6, 2007 3:33 pm
Re-Mission Aids Young Cancer Victims
Not-for-profit game developers HopeLab have teamed with Cigna Healthcare to create a video game for cancer patients. Players control Roxxi, a nanobot who travels into the body of one who is stricken with the disease and shoots the bad cells out. Pat Christen, President of the company, says that “Re-Mission” will give young victims a “sense of power and control over their cancer.” The 20 level 3-D shooter is available as a free download or you can order a CD or DVD at no charge. HopeLab’s next project will be to tackle the problem of child obesity.
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