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Paralyzed Teen to Kick Ball at World Cup Using Robotic Exoskeleton

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January 8, 2014
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Dr. Miguel Nicolelis is developing a robotic exoskeleton which he hopes will allow a paralyzed teen to walk and even kick a soccer ball at the World Cup. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.


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