To Your Health: Boy 3-D Prints His Own Prosthetic Leg To Walk & Play

To Your Health: Boy 3-D Prints His Own Prosthetic Leg To Walk & Play

A 12-year old Arkansas boy is changing his life, while saving his family thousands of dollars. He was only six months old when his leg was amputated, that prevented him from walking. Now, he can run and play, thanks to something he invented himself.

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