NIH: Robotic Exoskeleton Could Be Right Step Forward for Kids with Cerebral Palsy

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Robotic Exoskeleton Could Be Right Step Forward for Kids with Cerebral Palsy
09/05/2017 09:55 AM EDT
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More than 17 million people around the world are living with cerebral palsy, a movement disorder that occurs when motor areas of a child’s brain do not develop correctly or are damaged early in life. Many of those affected were born extremely prematurely and suffered brain hemorrhages shortly after birth. One of the condition’s most […]
Robotic Exoskeleton Could Be Right Step Forward for Kids with Cerebral Palsy
09/05/2017 09:55 AM EDT

More than 17 million people around the world are living with cerebral palsy, a movement disorder that occurs when motor areas of a child’s brain do not develop correctly or are damaged early in life. Many of those affected were born extremely prematurely and suffered brain hemorrhages shortly after birth. One of the condition’s most […]

More than 17 million people around the world are living with cerebral palsy, a movement disorder that occurs when motor areas of a child’s brain do not…
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