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Boy Born with One Hand Gets Spider-Man Bionic Arm


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The prosthetic arm works with sensors to help the wearer do things like hold different items.

Nine-year-old Kaden Taylor wearing his new Spider-Man proesthetic arm.

Credit: BristolLive

Open Bionics in Bristol, U.K., recently outfitted two children with bionic arms featuring Spider-Man covers.

One of them, nine-year-old Kaden Taylor from North Somerset, who was born without a left hand, never wanted a prosthetic until seeing the superhero design.

Within an hour of receiving the sensor-equipped prosthetic arm, Kaden could eat lunch, open a bag, and pick up fruit with both hands.

From Bristol Post (U.K.)
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