Kent Stephenson
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Spinal shock revives paralysed legs

Four men in the US, who were paralysed from the neck or chest down, have been able to regain some movement in their legs after their spinal cords were electrically stimulated.

The patients, each of whom had been paralysed for more than two years, were able to flex their toes, ankles and knees.

  • 08 Apr 2014
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