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Technology helps Sheboygan man get use of his hand back a decade after industrial accident

9:39 PM, Jan. 24, 2013
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Lee Miller is not bionic.

The 34-year-old Sheboygan man looks a little like he might be, especially when you notice his left hand. Three of his fingers are "mechatronic" wonders that put Miller in a very rare group.

After living 11 years with the disability of only a thumb and forefinger on his left hand, Miller has a high-tech new hand and is at the beginning of a whole new life. ...

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