The quest to help severely disabled Elaine to paint independently

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Ms Elaine Eng loves to paint but is unable to use her arms, legs and body due to a severe form of cerebral palsy. Thanks to a device called E-Canvas, Elaine can now do what she loves.
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SINGAPORE - Ms Elaine Eng is the youngest child in a set of quadruplets - three out of the four have cerebral palsy. She and one sibling suffer from a severe form of the neurological disorder, and another has died.

Ms Eng, 19, loves to paint, and she wields a paint brush with her mouth.

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