Bolivia bionic teen making prosthetics for others

'People who have lost a hand often hide it, cover it up, they don't want to show it.'

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    Leonardo Vizcarra was born without his left hand.

    But while some might see it as a disability, the 16-year-old Bolivian embraced this challenge.

    Now he's transforming the lives of other youngsters like himself.

    Al Jazeera's Daniel Schweimler went to Santa Cruz in eastern Bolivia, to find out more.


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