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Life Sciences: Internet

Web helps make hospital stays tolerable

Patients feel connected with outside world

By Wendy Lee
Globe Correspondent / July 26, 2004

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When Dorin Zohner of Waterville, Maine, was taken to his hospital room after a bone marrow-stem cell transplant, his immune system was so low that if he stepped outside the 15-by-15-foot room during his three-week recovery, he would be exposed to potentially dangerous bacteria, fungus, and viruses. (Full Article: 740 Words)

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