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Other labs are testing implanted electrodes in people with paralysis.
At home, only by acting on that conviction can we avoid paralysis.
After decades of work and mass vaccination campaigns that have spared millions of children from paralysis, the world is close to wiping out polio.
Its long-term effect on our lives is still unclear, but that uncertainty must not induce paralysis.
The company settled into a kind of paralysis, unable to either deliver on or dial back its ambitions.
The carpet viper’s venom is heavy on metalloproteinase toxins, which can cause paralysis and tissue damage.
They eventually isolated versions of the polio virus that could still infect people but didn’t cause paralysis.
One broader hope for brain-machine-interface technology is that it could ultimately help people with paralysis to complete daily tasks on their own.
When that happens, the coronavirus spreads throughout the cat’s body, sparking a deadly inflammatory reaction that can cause paralysis or fluid to accumulate in the lungs.
Suffering from paralysis for years previous, his mental energy, as a chronic invalid, was amazing.

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