SD Teen Donates 3D-Printed Prosthetic Hands
Needy children all over the globe are receiving donated prosthetic hands, thanks to San Diego teen Meghana Reddy.
At just 15 years old, Meghana provides prosthetics created by 3D printing technology through her nonprofit organization Limbs with Love. She credits her father, Dr. Joseph Reddy as a big part of her inspiration. She says, “My father is a physician, so I’ve always been exposed to and interested in medicine and medical technology.”
SD Teen Makes Magic with 3D Printer
Meghana Reddy donates prosthetic hands to needy patients around the world By Nina Garin | December 23, 2014 Most children around the world will be waiting for Wednesday night’s arrival of Santa Claus. But there are some who are just as eager for the gifts Mt. Helix’s Meghana Reddy brings. The Francis Parker sophomore makes prosthetic hands with her 3D printer and donates them to children and adults all over the world. Click here to read more… Original Post By: U-T San Diego
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