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Stephen Heywood, 37; he opened his life to other ALS patients

By David Abel
Globe Staff / November 28, 2006

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During the past several years, Stephen Heywood allowed stem cells to be injected into his spinal column, participated in clinical trials for new drugs and genetic studies, and received a brain implant as part of an experiment in how thoughts can be used to control a wheelchair and other robotic objects. (Full article: 732 words)

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