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Moshe is so excited he could run around for days. In fact, that's why he's excited. Prosthetics in Motion built a pair of custom prosthetics that will allow Moshe to not only walk but run at full speed. Moshe was diagnosed with meningitis when he was very young and had his arms above the elbows and legs below the knees amputated. However, thanks to the prosthetics, Moshe can now run with the best of them.

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