Young hospital patient creates iSketch application

04/7/2010 | USA Today

An 11-year-old boy who was hospitalized after having a tumor removed spent his time in recovery designing an iPhone application called iSketch that allows users to draw on their computer screens. Cameron Cohen, who is now 12, credits computer training he received in summer education and said he wanted to make long stays in the hospital better for other children.

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