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This Paralyzed Man Is ­sing a Neuroprosthetic to Move His Arm For the First Time in Years

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William Kochevar, BCI

William Kochevar, paralyzed from the shoulders down, uses a brain implant to control his arm and lift a fork to his mouth.

Credit: Case Western

William Kochevar of Cleveland can slowly move his right arm and hand. No big deal—except that the 56-year-old had been paralyzed from the shoulders down since a bicycling accident ten years ago.

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