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Brain implants allow paralyzed man to feel his fingertips again

New brain implant technology has given a paralyzed man a whole new lease on life. Since a devastating car accident a decade ago, Nathan Copeland hasn’t been able to feel his hands and fingers. That all changed after scientists implanted chips into his brain to give him sensation through a prosthetic arm. Nathan can not only move and manipulate objects using his mind, but also feel when the robotic fingers are touched.
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