High-school students make prosthetic hand for young girl

12/19/2013 | WOOD-TV (Grand Rapids, Mich.)

A high-school robotics team in Grand Rapids, Mich., built a prosthetic hand for a 4-year-old girl, working with Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation Hospital to obtain a cast of Harmony Taylor's residual limb to ensure a good fit. Harmony will be able to use her new hand to pick things up and catch a ball.

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