Lego models of radiation therapy and imaging machines used to help pediatric and adult patients' anticipatory coping. Reducing the need for sedation with MRI and reducing stressors for patients/families - not to mention cost !

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Victor Ty

I am a radiation oncology nurse for a comprehensive cancer center in Brooklyn. I have a background in dBaseIII+ programming and electronics and communications engineering.

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Benjamin Ty

Benjamin Ty is a 7th grader at PS 122Q, he has been a volunteer since the age of 3 for PS255Q, a school for children with Autism. Benjamin programs the new iteration of the Lego Linear Accelerator which is made using Lego EV3 smart brick.

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Jon Luongo

Child Life Specialist, Perioperative Services & Radiology, Maimonides Medical Center.

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Amelita Ty

Amie Ty is a pediatric radiation oncology nurse at NYU Langone Medical Center. She is currently the only nurse utilizing the Lego Linear Accelerator in clinic for her pediatric patients.

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Nicholas Ty

Nicholas Ty is an avid Lego designer and builder. Diagnosed with Autism since age 2 and has very limited speech. He uses his Lego creations to mimic social situations through creative play. Nicholas is the inspiration for this project.