Cameron Cohen was not able to do what a normal kid could do back in 2009, as he had become ill and was staying in UCLA‘s Medical Center and Orthopedic Hospital. During his stay and convalescing he spent the time in a very productive way! Cameron created an iPhone App called iSketch. This special software allows iPhone users to create drawings, save them to a photo library and e-mail them to family and friends.The cost of the app is $0.99 and a portion of the proceeds will go to purchasing electronic equipment for the Mattel Children’s Hospital, so that other young patients can have the same source of entertainment that Cohen provided himself, studying computer programming while sick. Often a child right out of surgery will request an Ipad and put the discomfort of what they are feeling aside!
Hats off to Cameron Cohen! Thankyou for taking your scars and turning into stars
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