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Saw paralyzed man walking with artificial skeleton at berkeley graduation. Will that help more people?
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Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
3 doctors agree
In brief: Yes
Until we find a cure for paralysis which still seems to be a long way off, these "exoskeletons" will become more and more available for less cost and more widespread use.
As a rehab doctor., I am really looking forward to the day when we can prescribe these devices more extensively. I think they will change lives for the better.

In brief: Yes
Until we find a cure for paralysis which still seems to be a long way off, these "exoskeletons" will become more and more available for less cost and more widespread use.
As a rehab doctor., I am really looking forward to the day when we can prescribe these devices more extensively. I think they will change lives for the better.
Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
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