Voltage therapy helps paralyzed patients move again, regain function

January 6, 2015 5:26 PM

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Voltage therapy helps paralyzed patients move again, regain function

When a car accident involving a drunk driver left Calven Goza paralyzed below the chest about two and a half years ago, it seemed that the 26-year-old would never move his legs again.

But all of that changed on Monday, when researchers at the University of Louisville wheeled him into a laboratory, CNN reported. There, Goza would become the first study subject of a therapy that aims to help paralyzed people move their legs again.

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