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Watch author with ALS write using laptop camera

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After losing her mobility to Lou Gehrig's disease, Susan Spencer-Wendel used her right thumb to write a 357-page best-selling memoir. Now that she can no longer control her thumb, she relies on a tool called the HeadMouse Extreme. Here's how she does it.