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The Future of Prosthetics

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In the fourth game of this year’s Major League Baseball World Series, Hailey Dawson, a 7-year old Las Vegas local, will throw out a first pitch. Hailey’s throwing hand only has three fingers, and she compensates by using a 3-D printed robotic hand engineered by this episode’s guest, UNLV Professor Dr. Brendan O’Toole. He’ll tell us about his journey with Hailey and the future of prosthetics and 3D printing.

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    The Future of Prosthetics Dave Nourse

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