Dad who lost limbs to sepsis gets state-of-the art bionic hand

Dad who lost limbs to sepsis gets state-of-the art bionic hand
 

A father-of-two who lost several limbs to a life-threatening illness has been given a state-of-the-art bionic hand after a successful fundraising campaign.
Mark Camamile of Clifton lost his legs and right hand after contracting the blood poisoning infection septicaemia, which he originally mistook as flu.
But it only took five days to raise the cash for a bionic hand after a work colleague posted a fundraising appeal online earlier this year.
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And yesterday he arrived at the London Prosthetic Centre to receive his... read more

 
28 September 2016 in Regional East, Views: 33
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