Spinal cord injury: research and resilience

How virtual reality is helping people with spinal cord injury learn the sensation of touch again ⎮29 min
Published in Neuroscience
Spinal cord injury: research and resilience
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Around 350 Australians are affected by spinal cord injury each year. Sam leant against a balcony railing and fell six meters; James had a rare injury while learning to surf. Both were left paraplegic. But cutting-edge research may bring back sensation, and even assist people like them walk again.  A baby magpie and a commitment to investigation help to bring hope. Find out more in Spinal cord injury: research and resilience.  

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