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Priscille Deborah, French premiere "bionic" : "I want to give hope to others"

Passed very close to death fifteen years ago following a suicide attempt, Priscille Deborah had both legs and one arm amputated. She was the first patient in France to receive a bionic arm – a kind of pioneering prosthesis that she learned to control through thought. A scientific feat and a real “rebirth” that she recounts in her book, “A life to be invented” (ed. Albin Michel), at the end of which she realized the dream that she had once “forbidden”: to become professional painter. .

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