Can you play a game with only your fingers and hands?
That’s what the researchers from University College London are aiming to do with their new game, the Cards Against Cancer Card.
It’s a fun and addictive game, and has already been played by a number of people.
It works like this: you’re the cancer patient, and you’re looking for a way to get the best out of your life.
The game uses cards that represent the diseases that you are diagnosed with, the medicines you take, and the doctors you have.
You can add your own cards to the game to represent the different things that can be done to treat your cancer.
The goal of the game is to play out a scenario that involves taking out a life-threatening cancer drug with the intention of having the patient die of the disease.
The cards in the game represent a range of possible outcomes, including: life-saving treatment with the hope of curing the cancer; a life of disability with the hopes of improving the patient’s quality of life; and a life with a life without any hope at all.
You’ll also be able to add a card to the deck for a chance to win prizes.
The researchers are using the Cards against Cancer Card as part of a research project called Cancer Card Games, which is looking to find out what makes people like the game.
“We’ve been trying to figure out how to make this fun, engaging and interesting for a wider audience, and we’ve found that people are really excited about it,” lead researcher Dr Peter Wright said.
“They love it for different reasons.”
What they are excited about is the chance to try out new games, which will hopefully make people more comfortable with using their hands to control the game in a way that’s less stressful than playing with their thumbs.
This can be a huge advantage for people who are diagnosed early, like the researchers in this case, because the game helps them to think about their choices.
“The cancer patients in our study are typically very young and there are a lot of challenges around getting them into treatment,” Dr Wright said, adding that it’s a big challenge for those who are still struggling with their disease.
“So we wanted to get a range and a range in terms of types of patients that we could see in our research, so that people who have cancer might have a range to choose from.”
Dr Wright and his team have been playing the game for a few months now and are now looking for feedback from patients, so they can better understand the different types of people who play.
“It’s something that we’re keen to do in future studies,” he said.
The games can be played online and offline, and can be downloaded from the website here.
The research team is currently studying how people like Cancer Card games interact with their patients, and is hoping to look at how the cards affect the health of people with different kinds of cancers.