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Whoa…50,000 Amputees In War Torn Sudan Just Got New Limbs Thanks To This 3D Printer.

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According to Huffington Post, “Mick Ebeling, co-founder of Not Impossible Labs was inspired to find a way to help the mounting number of amputees in Sudan after reading a particularly heartbreaking story published by Time magazine in 2012.” Mick found a way to get low-cost 3D printing prosthetic arms to those affected by bombings in Sudan, and managed to give their livelihood back to them. This video seriously gave me chills simply because it’s so incredible what we can do for one another if we make it our mission to improve the world.

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