IMAHelps mission to provide new limbs to 10 children


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Feb 20, 2019

Working with Rehabilitacion, the leading Dominican rehab center, the Humanitarian Medical Mission, IMAhelps will be in the Dominican Republic to to perform operations to connect 10 functional prothesis with robotic technology to children.

The candidates are children up to 18 years that have suffered amputations of arms under the elbow. The physicians will be available nationwide at 35 centers to assess the possible candidates for the prosthesis through 5 July 2024. For more information, call 809 685-7151, ext 1155.

The IMAHelps medical mission team will perform medical examinations and provide treatment for impoverished patients, including life-changing surgeries. The effort involves the University of California at Irvine and student robotics team ambassadors from the Great Lakes Science Center in Cleveland, Ohio who are designing and fabricating mechanical arms...

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