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George Mason students build 3D-printed prosthetic bow arm for 10-year-old violinist

April 24, 2017 | 8:39 AM GMT
10-year-old Isabella Nicola was born without a left hand and part of her forearm. She started playing the violin a year ago with the help of her teachers. Now, she has a brand new prosthetic arm thanks to a team of George Mason University bioengineering students.