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Scientists Detail Latest Advances In Development Of Prosthetic Devices For Paralyzed

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Posted on Oct 29, 2004, 5 a.m. By Bill Freeman

New research is speeding the development of brain-controlled devices that may soon allow amputees and paraplegics to use their limbs. Within a few short years, these so-called brain-computer interfaces (BCI) may also allow people completely paralyzed by neurodegenerative diseases to regain some movement or ability to communicate with those around them.
New research is speeding the development of brain-controlled devices that may soon allow amputees and paraplegics to use their limbs. Within a few short years, these so-called brain-computer interfaces (BCI) may also allow people completely paralyzed by neurodegenerative diseases to regain some movement or ability to communicate with those around them.
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2004/10/041027102354.htm

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