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‘Locked-in’ ALS patients get a voice thanks to this new mind-reading machine

For decades, one of the most troubling difficulties of treating patients with certain types of neurological disorders has been the complete inability of doctors to communicate with these patients, in any fashion. Modern technology has helped millions of physically or mentally disabled persons express themselves or better communicate with caretakers, but locked-in syndrome has been […]

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