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Using a technique called 'nerve reinnervation,' the prosthetic technology used to help Jesse Sullivan takes advantage of his nerves to allow him to move his artificial limbs through thought. (Source: Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago)
Using a technique called “nerve reinnervation,” the prosthetic technology used to help Jesse Sullivan takes advantage of his nerves to allow him to move his artificial limbs through thought.
(Source: Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago)

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The Designist
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Re: Advancements to improve the human condition.
The Designist   1/22/2013 11:08:07 AM
That's funny.  My family was saved, and is now being protected by the same type of "human" you denigrate.

 

Cabe Atwell
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Re: Advancements to improve the human condition.
Cabe Atwell   9/12/2014 5:18:58 PM
NO RATINGS

The nerve reinnervation and prosthetic technology from the Rehab Institute of Chicago is incredible to say the least! I looked for a follow-up on it but couldn't find anything. Any word on how it's progressed since then?

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