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The family of a former patient making sure kids staying in University Medical Center's new pediatrics wing will have a whole lot more fun than they might otherwise.
Monday seven Playstation3 gaming systems were dropped off at the Damond Children's medical Center in the name of Stephen Placencia, who died in 2008 after a battle with liver cancer.
The Playstations will join ten other gaming systems donated by the Kick Cancer for Stephen Foundation.
The foundation's second annual 3-on-3 soccer tournament will be held in late June.