Can rewards help seriously ill kids handle their treatment?
Clip: 04/04/2019 | 7m 53s
Few scenarios are harder to witness than the suffering of a seriously ill child. For kids with life-threatening diseases, survival often requires procedures that are painful and scary. But a Washington nonprofit is encouraging kids to be active in their own care by rewarding them for enduring their treatment. Paul Solman reports on Hope for Henry’s "Super Path to Super Duper Better" program.
Aired: 04/04/19Video has closed captioning.
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