Ella Casano, now 12, had to have IV infusions every six to eight weeks when she …
Ella Casano, now 12, had to have IV infusions every six to eight weeks when she was younger. The process scared her, so she came up with a creative solution to disguise the medicine — a teddy bear. Seeing how delighted the nurses were with the idea, Ella and her mother started the process to patent, manufacture and distribute the invention they named Medi Teddy. They launched a GoFundMe to raise money for their first order, and once the bears are made, they plan on giving them to children at no cost.
(📸: Medi Teddy)
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