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Can an experimental technique using transplanted fetal cells help paralyzed patients? Probably not. But a doctor in China is forging ahead anyway.
An electronic device implanted in the eye could restore the sight of millions.
Researchers manipulate mouse neurons to create a false memory; the work could lead to a better understanding of how memories form.
A monkey study suggests that neural implants could one day help brain-damaged patients perform specific cognitive tasks.
Surgeons have transplanted a second dose of neural cells into a patient’s spinal cord in a pioneering trial.
Spinal stimulation combined with assisted walking therapy generates new neural circuits and restores voluntary leg movement.
With the rules finally set for health IT stimulus money, now comes the long march to implementation.
After the Haiti earthquake, physicians tested a vacuum pump meant to speed healing.