PHOTOS Children with leukemia participate in role play game as doctors in Chongqing, SW China

PHOTOS

Children with leukemia participate in role play game as doctors in Chongqing, SW China

Xinhua

08:29, May 31, 2018

A medical staff gives toys to young leukemia patients in the Xinqiao Hospital affiliated to the Army Medical University in Chongqing, southwest China, May 30, 2018. A role play game, which switches the role of young leukemia patients with their doctors and nurses, was held on Wednesday, aimed to ease the fear and resistance for long-term treatment. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)

Children with leukemia participate in a role play game as doctors in the Xinqiao Hospital affiliated to the Army Medical University in Chongqing, southwest China, May 30, 2018. A role play game which switched the role of young leukemia patients with their doctors and nurses was held here on Wednesday, aimed to ease the fear and resentment for long-term treatment. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)

A child with leukemia participates in a role play game as doctors in the Xinqiao Hospital affiliated to the Army Medical University in Chongqing, southwest China, May 30, 2018. A role play game which switched the role of young leukemia patients with their doctors and nurses was held here on Wednesday, aimed to ease the fear and resentment for long-term treatment. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)

A child with leukemia participates in a role play game as doctors in the Xinqiao Hospital affiliated to the Army Medical University in Chongqing, southwest China, May 30, 2018. A role play game which switched the role of young leukemia patients with their doctors and nurses was held here on Wednesday, aimed to ease the fear and resentment for long-term treatment. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)

Children with leukemia participate in a role play game as doctors in the Xinqiao Hospital affiliated to the Army Medical University in Chongqing, southwest China, May 30, 2018. A role play game which switched the role of young leukemia patients with their doctors and nurses was held here on Wednesday, aimed to ease the fear and resentment for long-term treatment. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)

Children with leukemia do warm-up exercise during a role play game in the Xinqiao Hospital affiliated to the Army Medical University in Chongqing, southwest China, May 30, 2018. A role play game, which switches the role of young leukemia patients with their doctors and nurses, was held on Wednesday, aimed to ease the fear and resistance for long-term treatment. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)

Children with leukemia participate in a role play game as doctors in the Xinqiao Hospital affiliated to the Army Medical University in Chongqing, southwest China, May 30, 2018. A role play game which switched the role of young leukemia patients with their doctors and nurses was held here on Wednesday, aimed to ease the fear and resentment for long-term treatment. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)

Children with leukemia participate in a role play game as doctors in the Xinqiao Hospital affiliated to the Army Medical University in Chongqing, southwest China, May 30, 2018. A role play game which switched the role of young leukemia patients with their doctors and nurses was held here on Wednesday, aimed to ease the fear and resentment for long-term treatment. (Xinhua/Tang Yi)

Recommended Photos

Terms of Service & Privacy Policy

We have updated our privacy policy to comply with the latest laws and regulations. The updated policy explains the mechanism of how we collect and treat your personal data. You can learn more about the rights you have by reading our terms of service. Please read them carefully. By clicking AGREE, you indicate that you have read and agreed to our privacy policies

Agree and continue