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AIT researcher using augmented reality to help people with walk abnormalities

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An Athlone-based PhD candidate is using augmented reality (AR) to help cure people of walking abnormalities which, if left untreated, can lead to “wear and tear” arthritis and serious injuries.

Mayo’s volunteer drivers cover 50,525km for Irish Cancer Society

The Irish Cancer Society’s volunteer driver service has said that 356 journeys totalling a travel distance of 50,525km were covered by 46 Irish Cancer Society volunteer drivers in Mayo last year. This is a free transport service and is available to cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy treatments in Mayo University Hospital and University Hospital Galway.

Irish Cancer Society Volunteer Driver Service now available in Mayo

Cancer patients in Mayo who are attending Mayo General Hospital for chemotherapy treatment are being encouraged to avail of a free transport service which is available to bring them to and from their treatment. The Irish Cancer Society’s Volunteer Driver Service offers patients transport to and from their hospital treatment with a view to alleviating some of the stress or difficulty experienced by cancer patients getting to their appointments.

 

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