When artist Sarah Ezekiel was diagnosed with the crippling condition Motor Neurone Disease, she thought that was the end of her painting career.
Sarah is paralysed from the neck down, unable to use her hands.
But because of new technology that tracks her eye movements, Sarah has been painting once again.
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