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JC Sheitan Tenet uses a prosthetic arm with a built-in tattoo gun to ink his clients.
Brianna Worden was diagnosed with neurofibromatosis when she was two months old.
The 26-year-old uses social media to be a voice in the disabled community.
Panjokolakh is a line of spice cubes that make cooking more accessible.
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Michael Blackburn’s college dreams came true into this emotional video.
Daniel Grant noticed his 12-year-old student Lewis McCaslin didn’t like his prosthetic — so he made a new one.
Anna Frederikse created SONA, a handlebar that’s also a personal shopping assistant.