Finger prosthesis from bicycle parts draws interest

03/20/2013 | KOMO-TV/KOMO-AM (Seattle)

When a Washington state man lost a finger in an accident, he used his love of bicycles to fabricate a simple prosthesis from bicycle parts. Colin Macduff's invention, which has only three moving parts, provides dexterity he didn't have before. He has been awarded a U.S. patent and is fitting other amputees with his innovative device.

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