Sick BX children given free dolls, bandanas

Bronx children undergoing cancer treatment received encouragement in the form of therapy dolls and other handouts earlier today. Girls at the Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital

THE BRONX - Bronx children undergoing cancer treatment received encouragement in the form of therapy dolls and other handouts earlier today. Girls at the Morgan Stanley Children's Hospital were given hairless dolls that utter motivational phrases when squeezed, while the boys got bandanas and T-shirts. Makers of the Joi Doll say they will soon come out with a line of action figures for boys.

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