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"Researchers have just witnessed something that they say has never before been seen in the field of medicine: Patients who have been severely paralyzed for more than a decade have regained some sensation and neurological control in key muscles.", www.news4jax.com
"Researchers have just witnessed something that they say has never before been seen in the field of medicine: Patients who have been severely paralyzed for more than a decade have regained some sensation and neurological control in key muscles.", www.wlky.com
"On June 12th 2014, the Walk Again Project (WAP), a non-profit international research consortium, performed a unique scientific demonstration, during the opening ceremony of the Soccer World Cup in Brazil. During that demo, a young Brazilian man paralyzed from his chest down, delivered the opening kickoff of the World Cup by using a brain-machine interface that allowed him to control the movements of a lower-limb robotic exoskeleton, while receiving tactile feedback from the exo's feet.", esciencenews.com
"Eight paraplegic patients with spinal cord injuries regained sensation and motor abilities after undergoing a 12-month neurorehabilitation program using a robotic exoskeleton and virtual reality. The method uses the brain-machine interface (BMI).", www.techtimes.com
"Scientists and engineers led by Duke University IEEE Fellow Miguel A. Nicolelis report that a group of spinal cord injury patients who trained to walk using a brain computer interface in combination with an Occulus Rift virtual reality device or with a robotic exoskeleton have regained the ability to voluntarily move their leg muscles and to feel touch and pain in their paralyzed limbs.", spectrum.ieee.org
"Eight paralyzed patients regained some sensation and muscle control in their legs after a year of training on brain-controlled robotics, according to a study published Thursday by a Duke University neuroscientist and his colleagues around the world.", www.charlotteobserver.com
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