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Sensory Prosthetic Allows Amputee to Feel Sensation

A Danish man is the first amputee in the world to have sensation in his artificial hand thanks to a prosthetic that was surgically wired to the nerves in his upper arm.  The accomplishment represents a tremendous leap forward for individuals with artificial limbs.   Nine years ago, Dennis Aabo Sorensen lost his hand while launching fireworks.  Since then, he has used a prosthesis for grasping objects.   Now, thanks a sensory-enhanced artificial device attached to...

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