Sep 08, 2017

New hope for recovery of hand movement for stroke patients -- ScienceDaily

Stroke patients are starting a trial of a new electronic device to recover movement and control of their hand. The experts believe this could revolutionize treatment for patients, providing a wearable solution to the effects of stroke.

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