Ava can’t take her eyes off the laptop screen. But it’s not a game or a movie that has so fully captured the 7-year-old’s attention. It’s her friends.
Although Ava is confined to her hospital room, she’s able to talk with her friends in another part of the hospital. She’s even able to travel with them and participate in their activities.
Ava’s able to virtually break through her hospital walls using a 4-foot VGo robot.
Like many students, Jasmine Ross started her junior year diving into new classes and projects, but in February 2011, the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi theater student was forced to shift her attention.
At first, Jasmine thought she had the flu. But after a month of watching Jasmine’s health deteriorate, classmates took her to the emergency room, where bloodwork revealed a far more serious diagnosis: acute myeloid leukemia...