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Brain-Computer Interfaces Could Eliminate Lower Back Pain

Brain-computer interfaces could be critical to controlling chronic pain in patients, without the long-term side effects of opiate use. The post Brain-Computer Interfaces Could Eliminate Lower Back Pain appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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