Kids undergoing bone-marrow transplants must be isolated in sterile rooms for up to two months to prevent infection. Volunteers at GTE Laboratories in Waltham, Mass., started the KidBits project to help. They developed a computer system for Boston's Children's Hospital that allows chronic and acute care kids to play games, create artwork, or simply communicate with friends via computer.
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