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Meet Vivibot

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Chatbots

Adjusting to life after cancer is not simple. It can be stressful, frustrating, and isolating. Undergoing cancer treatment is grueling, so it’s understandable why many survivors feel like a different person coming out of it. Going through such an intense and unexpected life event can make you rethink who you are and who you want to be. It’s a lot.

Hopelab has been talking with young survivors, medical experts, and researchers to better understand the challenges of life after cancer and find ways to help (even just a little).

That’s why we’ve built Vivibot — a chatbot that was created specifically for young cancer survivors like you.

With her optimistic and spunky personality, Vivibot can help you generate a positive outlook on your future. Vivibot was designed to help cancer survivors learn helpful coping skills and hear stories from other survivors after treatment.

Here’s what some survivors are saying about Vivibot:

“I liked expressing myself to something non-judgemental, who could also talk back to me in kind words.” – Jennifer

“Many times we need to tell our story and frustrations without feeling guilty for shaving it we like to rant without thinking how it will impact the others” – Guadalupe

“I feel better and more positive after the demo.”- Jesse

“It made me recall/relive positive moments from the week and made me feel lifted.” – Maggie

Interested in seeing what Vivibot all about? Chat now on Facebook messenger.

 


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