Paralysis & Mirrors

Every year, about a million people in the US suffer from a stroke, leaving many partially paralyzed. NPR's David Kestenbaum reports on some unusual research showing a novel way to "trick" a patient into using paralyzed limbs. It's all done with mirrors.



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