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Robotics for stroke patients

Prosthesis isn’t yet proven, but company cuts price to encourage use

Bob Battis of Beverly uses Myomo Inc.’s robotic arm as part of his therapy to regain mobility after suffering a stroke. Bob Battis of Beverly uses Myomo Inc.’s robotic arm as part of his therapy to regain mobility after suffering a stroke. (Kayana Szymczak for The Boston Globe)
By Carolyn Y. Johnson
Globe Staff / August 9, 2010

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In the ever-expanding world of medical devices, early adopters have a new option: a robotic arm. (Full article: 977 words)

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