Wireless Brain Implant Helped Paralyzed Monkey To Walk

Wireless Brain Implant Helped Paralyzed Monkey To Walk

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Scientists have helped monkeys with spinal cord injuries regain control of non-functioning limbs in research which might one day lead to paralyzed people being able to walk again. Swiss researchers travellled to China to conduct
10 Nov 2016 - General
Wow!!! This is amazing! I mean this may be a long way from true success, but who knows, the research may be on its way to being applied to humans and so allow those who have been paralyzed to finally walk or move again. Nerve injury has always been a...
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This is an amazing invention made for the paralyzed monkey but would it be ideal to be used on a human being? Spinal cord injuries has made many paralyzed and unable to carry on with their normal lives - losing their job and some even losing their fa...
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Wow, This is big news indeed. Although the efficacy might not be ideal yet, the idea itself of bypassing the spinal injury is for sure game changing. This is another achievement in rapidly developing field of technological treatments for spinal cord ...
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Well, if it worked in a monkey there is a very high chance that it will be helpful in humans, because humans and other apes share similar characteristics in terms of anatomy and physiology. This is the result of research that has been conducted for d...
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