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re: Dual-robot system provides exercise therapy for stroke victims
goafrit   6/18/2010 2:43:21 AM
Robot will continue to lead new innovations in medicine and surgery. It will bring a redesign as we know medicine today. What is happening here is that firms and universities are solving problems which have existed for years with technology. This is an excellent innovation and universities like Johns Hopkins APL and MIT have also demonstrated different versions of this type of robots. This is the future of medicine.

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