An Amazing Feel Good Story

@marlina (60841)
Canada
January 9, 2016 2:22pm CST
Doctors Use Google Cardboard to Save Baby's Life What a wonderful story here in this video. A baby's life was saved thanks to this smart gadget. It is called a Google Cardboard Box and can be obtained for approximatively $20.00 Some smart and brave doctors decided to use it to save this little girl's life. Baby Teegan is a twin and was born with only one lung and half a heart. Thanks to this marvelous intervention, Baby Teegan is getting a chance to live a normal life. Hurrah for the team!
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@jaboUK (50125)
• United Kingdom
9 Jan 16
I've watched the video and still don't know how it works, but it's great that they have been able to give the baby a chance of life.
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• United States
9 Jan 16
I have to agree with you. I don't 'get' what it actually did or how it helped.
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@jstory07 (57068)
• Roseburg, Oregon
9 Jan 16
What an amazing story i hope that baby has a long and happy life.
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@marlina (60841)
• Canada
9 Jan 16
Long life to this beautiful baby!
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@Jessicalynnt (48190)
• Centralia, Missouri
9 Jan 16
ok so this plus an app, lets you kinda see like with a view master, I had to look that up, cant watch a video atm
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@DianneN (57300)
• United States
10 Jan 16
That is a wonderful thing, but I am not quite sure what it can do to save babies, who are so ill. I need more info.
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@marlina (60841)
• Canada
10 Jan 16
There are all kinds of new technology coming on the scene, I have the feeling that lots of people will be saved by it. The future is promising on that field.
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@andriaperry (31028)
• Anniston, Alabama
9 Jan 16
what a wonderful story!
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@marlina (60841)
• Canada
9 Jan 16
I love stories like this one.
@bluesa (11828)
• Johannesburg, South Africa
9 Jan 16
Still not certain how it works, but I am glad they could save Teegan, @marlina , and I hope she will have a happy and healthy and long life!
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@marlina (60841)
• Canada
9 Jan 16
It's a good thing that the doctors understand how it works.
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@dibz123 (139)
• Ireland
10 Jan 16
Amazing story may god bless the child
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@LadyDuck (118527)
• Switzerland
10 Jan 16
I have researched and now I know more, this gadget is incredible, you can views 3D images from photos taken with your phone, it's great.
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@garymarsh6 (12100)
• United Kingdom
10 Jan 16
Amazing what can be done these days! Who would have thought that eh!
@sugartoes (33772)
• Greencastle, Indiana
10 Jan 16
that's just pure AWESOME, what techolgy can do these days
@LeaPea2417 (14656)
• Toccoa, Georgia
10 Jan 16
That is amazing how so many different medical techniques are discovered and used today to help save lives.
@hiru84 (968)
• Malaysia
10 Jan 16
Wow, that's an amazing story and it's a great work. Hope that baby girl has a good health.
@LadyDuck (118527)
• Switzerland
10 Jan 16
I am glad they saved the poor little baby, but I still have to understand how this works. I have to research more.
@simone10 (22269)
• Louisville, Kentucky
10 Jan 16
I also don't understand how it worked but as long as they were able to save the baby's life, that's all that matters.
@celticeagle (114256)
• Boise, Idaho
10 Jan 16
I saw this story on the news a few days back. It interesting.
• United States
9 Jan 16
I read about that too. I wondered why they did not have such a device already. It seems odd that a $20 toy would be necessary, but sure glad it was available. Same kind of thing with 3-D printers making body parts for injured people.
@Juliaacv (22100)
• Canada
9 Jan 16
Wow that is really remarkable, that saved her life.
@amadeo (46199)
• United States
9 Jan 16
great idea.But still not sure how this works.Will have to look at the video again