Hopkins research offers Pa. woman new arm, 14 years after amputation
A Pennsylvania woman will be one of the first amputees to replace a lost limb using thought-powered technology capable of humanlike dexterity, developed at Johns Hopkins.
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In a state hospital, nowhere else to go 'Take me out of here': About 50 brain-injured patients in Maryland are suing the state to be placed in supervised group homes.