It can be difficult for children to understand what happens to them when they are affected by a cancer. Helle Motzfeldt made up for this when she wrote the book Kemo-man Kasper back in 1991. In easy-to-understand and pedagogically designed language, she explains about the origin of cancer cells and how Kemo-Kasper, with the help of good friends, goes to battle against all the acid cells.
The new edition of Kemo-Kasper unites the popular book and a brand new and upgraded version of the game. The purpose is to create interactivity and for the children to become part of the treatment process instead of standing outside. Like the book, the app is aimed at both children who are affected by cancer and children who have a close family member or a friend with the disease.