Boy, 13, Creates 2 Apps To Benefit UCLA’s Pediatric Patients
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LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Cameron Cohen, who created iSketch while recovering from surgery to remove a benign leg tumor in 2009, has come up with another iPhone/iPad app.
The 13-year-old is hoping to raise additional funds for UCLA’s Mattel Children’s Hospital with AnimalGrams.
Cohen has already donated $20,000 to benefit the hospital’s pediatric patients, but says he will be donating a significant portion of the proceeds from AnimalGrams to the hospital as well.
For more information about Cohen and his apps, visit his Web site.
If you’re interested in supporting Dr. Noah Federman’s research in Cohen’s honor, visit UCLA‘s donation site.