Published in Cancer Weekly, November 23rd, 2010
"I start with blood work and then I have a doctor's appointment and then I come in for the chemo which is a couple of hours. It's exhausting," says Casella. "And I get bored quickly. You can only read so many magazines and books. It really puts you to sleep."
Recognizing that patients can spend hours in the clinic for treatment and tests, Dana-Farber has started lending iPads to patients like Casella to help them pass the time. The portable Apple computers are available to sign out for a three-hour period at no charge; all that...
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