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Electrical device helps paralyzed men move legs

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April 8, 2014
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An electrical device implanted in the backs of four paralyzed men has helped them move their legs, hips and toes during experimental research. It's a promising development for paralysis treatment, but doctors warn it isn't a cure. (April 8) Video provided by AP


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