Brain implant could help people with severe paralysis communicate - SpinalCure Australia
A device the size of a small paperclip, created to give people with severe paralysis the ability to communicate again, has been approved for its first-in-human clinical trial, which will be at The Royal Melbourne Hospital. The Stentrode is a non-invasive brain-recording device. It’s inserted via the jugular vein in the area of the brain …
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