Mind Control Helping Paralyzed Patients
What if you could not use your hands, arms or legs. For many people, that is a reality because of different diseases and conditions. Doctors at UPMC are now working on ground-breaking research that is giving patients hope; KDKA's Sarah Arbogast reports.
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