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Paralyzed Rats Walk Again | National Geographic

May 31, 2012 — Scientists in Switzerland have developed a method to help paralyzed rats with severed spinal cords walk — and even climb stairs — again. The team’s cocktail of neuron-activating chemicals and electrical stimulation might be a precursor to future treatments for disabled humans, researchers say.
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