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    Jasmine Fatmi navigates her way through the hallways at Sebasticook Valley Middle School from home in Newport on June 10.

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    Sherry Martin gives her daughter Jasmine Fatmi a shot for her diabetes at home in Newport on Aug. 12.

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    Sherry Martin, right middle, adjusts the shirt on her daughter Jasmine’s robot as they speak with high school students from around the state of Maine as part of the Upward Bound Math Science program at the University of Maine in Orono on July 15.

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    Jasmine Fatmi gets ready for school in her bedroom in Newport on June 10.

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    Sarah Link, an eighth-grader at Sebasticook Valley Middle School in Newport, helps her friend Jasmine Fatmi, right, during class on June 10.

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    Jasmine Fatmi, right, cruises the Internet as her mother Sherry Martin checks her blood sugar levels to help control her diabetes at home in Newport on Aug. 15.

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    Jasmine Fatmi, right, enjoys an afternoon outside with her mother Sherry Martin in Newport on June 10.

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    Kern Kelley, the district-wide technology integrator for Regional School Unit 19, carries Sully, a surrogate robot used by eighth-grader, Jasmine Fatmi, to her next class at Sebasticook Valley Middle School in Newport on June 10.

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    Jasmine Fatmi, right, has a moment with her big sister Neesha Fatmi, 17, as Jasmine stays home in bed sick for another day in Newport on Aug. 12.

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    Sherry Martin gives her daughter Jasmine Fatmi a kiss as she tries to get some rest at home in Newport on Aug. 12. Jasmine had been ill for the past few days and was unable to even get out of bed for her 15th birthday.

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    Jasmine Fatmi goes to math class from her living room in Newport on June 10. The use of a surrogate robot at school that she can control from home has enabled the young girl to continue her schooling and interact with friends even when her health prevents her from enjoying the benefits of being a teenage girl.

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    Sebasticook Valley Middle School eighth-grade teacher Mrs. Sherry Hopkins, center left, helps Jasmine Fatmi, as she arrives to class in Newport on June 10. From left to right are fellow students Kaitlyn Shaw, left, Emily Meservey, right center, and Sarah Link, right.

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    Sebasticook Valley Middle School eighth-graders Emily Meservey, left, and Sarah Link, right, walk to class with Jasmine Fatmi, center, in Newport on June 10. Fatmi uses the robot as a surrogate to attend classes and extend her world from home to school.

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    Jasmine Fatmi is seen on her surrogate robot, Sully, in a lecture hall at the University of Maine at Orono before a presentation for the Upward Bound Math Science Program on July 15.

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    Jasmine Fatmi surfs the Internet from her iPad while sick in bed at home in Newport on Aug. 15. The Internet has become a Fatmi’s only connection to her friends and the world outside of her bedroom.

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