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Virtual/augmented realities can make health care more patient-friendly (access required)

A trip to the dentist or a procedure at the hospital could become a less anxious experience with the use of virtual technologies, some of which are being developed locally.   These virtual and augmented realities, as well as three-dimensional surgical planning and printing options, are some of the cutting-edge tools healthcare companies and organizations are developing to make health care more patient-friendly, ...
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