MIT Researchers Develop Skin-Like Device That Can Help ALS Patients Communicate

Skin like sensor helps ALS patients communicate
Image credit: MIT
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) affects the nerve cells that control voluntary muscle movements such as walking and talking. As a result, ALS patients often lose the ability to speak, making […]
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