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+ - Paralyzed Man Regains Hand Function after Breakthrough Nerve Rewiring Procedure->

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An anonymous reader writes "A 71-year-old man who became paralyzed from the waist down and lost all use of both hands in a 2008 car accident has regained motor function in his fingers after doctors rewired his nerves to bypass the damaged ones in a pioneering surgical procedure, according to a case study published on Tuesday."
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Paralyzed Man Regains Hand Function after Breakthrough Nerve Rewiring Procedure

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