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Entrepreneur Adds Color to the Lives of Amputeesi
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April 25, 2013 9:39 PM
The loss of a limb through an accident, illness, explosion or armed conflict can be devastating. But many people regain mobility with artificial, or prosthetic, limbs. One amputee is adding color to the lives of others -- through a company he started that decorates prosthetics, as we hear from Mike O'Sullivan in Seattle.

Entrepreneur Adds Color to the Lives of Amputees

Published April 25, 2013

The loss of a limb through an accident, illness, explosion or armed conflict can be devastating. But many people regain mobility with artificial, or prosthetic, limbs. One amputee is adding color to the lives of others -- through a company he started that decorates prosthetics, as we hear from Mike O'Sullivan in Seattle.


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