Living with the world's first bionic hand
At the age of 34, Bertolt Meyer is already a professor of psychology and an accomplished writer, but it is something else that has had his phone ringing off the hook. He is the first man in Switzerland to be fitted with a new-generation prosthetic hand, the latest i-Limb. So what is it like being known as “the man with the bionic hand”? WRS’s Catherine Allen spoke to him to find out:
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