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Paralyzed Patients Flick Tongue to Move

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November 27, 2013
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In a new study, patients paralyzed from the neck down may have gained more mobility and independence by flicking their tongues. Researchers created an experimental device that relies on tongue movements to pilot a wheelchair and use a computer. (Nov. 27)


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