Fight Cancer With This FREE Cancer Fighting Video Game

Fight Cancer With This FREE Cancer Fighting Video Game

Cancer Fighting Video Game

 

Any oncologist or parent will tell you that getting young cancer patients (that includes children, teenagers and even young adults) to stick to their treatment regimens and take their medications when and how they have been prescribed is no easy task.  To help encourage treatment adherence (which improves outcomes and saves lives!), researchers at Hope Lab created  Re-Mission 2, a series of six very cool, FREE video games that are super fun to play, a tad bit addicting AND help it’s players beat a diagnosis of cancer.  

Here’s this cancer fighting video game it works:  

Re-Mission 2 gives players a better understanding of their disease and how their bodies benefit from treatments that can be inconvenient, unpleasant or even debilitating at times. Research studies have shown these games not only encourage treatment adherence, but they also give players a much needed sense of power and control*.

Each game puts players inside the human body to fight cancer with an arsenal of weapons and super-powers, like:

  • chemotherapy
  • radiation
  • targeted cancer drugs
  • antibiotics
  • body’s natural defenses.

The game play parallels real-world strategies used to successfully destroy cancer and win.  A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!

To download Re-Mission 2 Today for FREE, simply click HERE to access all six Re-Mission 2 games online or to download Nanobot’s Revenge mobile app from iTunes  or Google Play

P.S.  Cigna Healthcare and the Childhood Leukemia Foundation Keeping Kids Connected  program are providing free iPads preloaded with  Re-Mission 2: Nanobot’s Revenge to hospital centers throughout the country.

Read more about the wide variety of available cancer support services.

2 thoughts on “Fight Cancer With This FREE Cancer Fighting Video Game

  1. Melissa Anderson

    Robyn, My name is Melissa Anderson. My husband is a 9yr Stage III malignant melanoma survivor. My husband and I facilitate a cancer support group in Lawrenceville,Ga(suburb of Atlanta). I saw the article about Marissa in Cancer Today. What an amazing story! What an amazing young lady!! I wanted to respond to the statement that Marissa was not able to help her father, but she is helping others. I vehemently disagree. Marissa helped her dad by loving him so completely and now her love for him is causing her to help others. Love is a powerful legacy.My faith includes a belief in heaven and I think Marissa’s dad is there watching her and I know he is oh so proud of his daughter.

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    1. Robyn Post author

      Thank you so much Melissa for your beautiful note. I have tears in my eyes as I read it. And I couldn’t agree more… Alan is watching her and loving her and is so very proud of her. You are bringing comfort and hope to so many people as well with your work. Kudos & hugs to you and your husband. If anyone in your support group would like a blanket, please email me at robyn@cancerhawk.com. xoxooxx

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