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Thread: Spinal stimulation and robot enables paralyzed man to move his legs voluntarily

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    Spinal stimulation and robot enables paralyzed man to move his legs voluntarily

    ?It will be difficult to get people with complete paralysis to walk completely independently, but even if they don?t accomplish that, the fact they can assist themselves in walking will greatly improve their overall health and quality of life,? said V. Reggie Edgerton, senior author of the research and a professor of integrative biology and physiology, neurobiology and neurosurgery at UCLA.

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-3218965/A-paralysis-breakthrough-Former-athlete-spinal-injury-voluntarily-moves-legs-time-control-exoskeleton.html

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    Well I cant figure out how to link it but anyway. Any progress is good.

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    Thanks since I upgraded to Windows 10 I am having a hard time doing it for some reason.

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    Quote Originally Posted by #LHB# View Post
    Thanks since I upgraded to Windows 10 I am having a hard time doing it for some reason.
    I upgraded too and it's not as smooth as I'd hoped for. Here's a link with the abstract in it. LINK

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