Virtual Reality
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Virtual Reality

Virtual worlds are being used for medical training in such places as Stanford University. Doctors there created virtual operating and emergency rooms to train medical students. And Stanford's far from alone. Britain's National Health Service, for instance, has built an entire virtual hospital.Video courtesy: SUMMIT Stanford University School of Medicine and Forterra Systems Inc.

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