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    Exoskeleton could benefit troops with spinal cord injuries By SETH ROBSON Stars and S

    GRAFENWÖHR, Germany — A newly developed robotic exoskeleton that enables paraplegics to stand could help troops injured in Iraq and Afghanistan, according to a Department of Veterans Affairs doctor who treats veterans with spinal cord injuries.

    http://www.stripes.com/news/exoskele...uries-1.113657

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    Robosuits sucks in general because it's a crappy solution. This one just goes a little further.
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