Virtual reality takes cancer patient back home

  • A hospice in south London is using virtual reality (VR) to help patients tick off their bucket lists.
  • It’s a joint initiative between Flix Films and Trinity Hospice in Clapham and it is one of the many ways medical professionals are now using VR to improve patient well-being.
  • Souzan Aprahamian has incurable cancer, but was able to revisit Jerusalem, where she grew up, thanks to a VR headset.
  • You can watch the whole film on Inside Out London, Friday 31 March at 19:30 on BBC One.

A hospice in south London is using virtual reality to help patients tick off their bucket lists.

@bbchealth: Virtual reality takes cancer patient back home

A hospice in south London is using virtual reality (VR) to help patients tick off their bucket lists.

It’s a joint initiative between Flix Films and Trinity Hospice in Clapham and it is one of the many ways medical professionals are now using VR to improve patient well-being.

Souzan Aprahamian has incurable cancer, but was able to revisit Jerusalem, where she grew up, thanks to a VR headset.

You can watch the whole film on Inside Out London, Friday 31 March at 19:30 on BBC One.

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Virtual reality takes cancer patient back home