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Virtual Reality Is Being Used to Help Burn Victims in Seattle, but Could It Be Dangerously Addictive?

In 2010, Caleb Springer, then 23, was riding a friend’s scooter in his home state of Alaska. He didn’t realize that the gas cap was missing, and after he tipped the bike over, gasoline spilled onto his pants. An errant cigarette spark hit the gas, and Springer was quickly engulfed in flames from the bottom up. More than half of his body was burned. Springer was airlifted from Valdez to Seattle’s Harborview Burn Center, more than 1,000 miles away. He would stay there for two months. Third-degree burns are one of the most painful injuries a person can go through and survive. ….[READ]

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