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Project Enables Pediatric Patients To Virtually Visit, Explore Baltimore Aquarium And Local Museums

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Project Enables Pediatric Patients To Virtually Visit, Explore Baltimore Aquarium And Local Museums

Project Enables Pediatric Patients To Virtually Visit, Explore Baltimore Aquarium And Local Museums

When a child has an extended stay in the hospital they can feel very isolated and lonely.

Now, a Johns Hopkins medical student has come up with a new idea; use a "telepresence robot" to allow sick children to tour the National Aquarium and the Science Center.

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