Monthly Archives: November 2010


Want to see a little preview? Feels very exciting to start to be able to have our meetings inside what we are building. Much more to follow!

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A little more press

The interesting Scope blog delivers medical news and conversation from Stanford School of Medicine. The people behind it got in touch wanting to write about us. It turned into an interesting piece that can serve as a good little intro … Continue reading

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Being virtual creates new potential

Being and interacting in a virtual environment opens new potential for being to people suffering from disabilities. A new paper published in Rehabilitation Nursing finds that virtual interaction in Second Life is found to increase empowerment and feelings of self-worth … Continue reading

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The unique needs of young cancer patients

If the BE community will with time be able to alleviate just a small bit of this suffering, we’ve been successful: ‘Too Young for Cancer’ and Demanding Action –

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