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Researchers studying the use of neural prosthetics in paralyzed patients describe the approach’s therapeutic potential.

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image: Paralyzed Man Kicks Off World Cup

Paralyzed Man Kicks Off World Cup

By | June 13, 2014

Wearing an exoskeleton that relayed signals from his brain to his legs, a 29-year-old with complete paralysis of the lower trunk performed the ceremonial first kick of the international sporting event.

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