Yesterday was Universal Children’s Day, giving us pause to celebrate the courage and inventiveness of children, even when fighting cancer. Radiation specialists at Clatterbridge Cancer Center in the U.K. built a small radiography machine out of LEGO® bricks to help children understand how the technology works and treats their cancer.
Then, 10-year-old cancer patient Reece Holt decided to make his own Lego model of the radiotherapy system used to treat his brain tumor. He thought that if children could first play with and examine the machine in Lego form, it might make the treatment less scary for them.
Read the full article from itv news.
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