Northwestern students invent 'Steady Scrib' to help people with Parkinson's write

"Me and all of my siblings and all my cousins would receive weekly handwritten letters from my Pops," said Isabelle Mokotoff, a junior studying entrepreneurship and journalism at Northwestern University. But when Pops got Parkinson's, the letters were a struggle. Mokotoff and classmate Alexis Chan invented the Steady Scrib to help. Natalie Bomke reports.

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