Paralyzed Monkeys Movement Restored

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By Alabama News Network

Scientists in the UK were able to restore movement to the hands of paralyzed monkeys.  

The animals were connected to a computer.

When their brains sent a message to move their hands, the computer then stimulated the spinal cord to grasp.

Researchers hope their work can one day help paralyzed people and stroke victims.



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