KANSAS CITY, Kan. - A generous donation will aid in healing at the University of Kansas Hospital. On Monday, the Somora Foundation delivered 33 iPads to the cancer center to be used by chemotherapy patients while they undergo treatment.
The iPads can be used for entertainment when patients are receiving care. They also include videos and information about treatment that has patients can access any time.
“It’s not like a doctor who has many patients to see who has to get the information to you and be out the door—it’s something you can look at when you need to,” patient Sara Grubb said. “It’s something you can process on your own time.”
This is the third iPad donation from the Somora Foundation, a local nonprofit dedicated to early detection and treatment of colon cancer.