Milet's daughter, Violet, plays the ukulele before she received her 3-D printed prosthetic arm


​"Researchers made our daughter's new 3D-printed arm possible. And whether it’s playing her violin, learning to ride a bike, or even just doing daily tasks that most people take for granted—she now experiences life just like any other kid." ​ Milet Hall Mother of Violet Hall, who received a personalized prosthetic device
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