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Brain-computer interface helps patient with locked-in syndrome communicate
The patient, a 37-year old man with ALS, was able to communicate despite not having any voluntary muscle control.

Brain-computer interface helps patient with locked-in syndrome communicate,The patient, a 37-year old man with ALS, was able to communicate despite not having any voluntary muscle control.

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