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Implants offer hope in brain injury cases

By Carey Goldberg
Globe Staff / August 2, 2007

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His skull crushed in a brutal mugging, the man had been left severely brain-damaged. For six years, he had lain in a stupor, eyes almost always closed, unable to communicate, fed through a tube. His mother visited him in the nursing home every day, she says, and every time she cried. (Full article: 967 words)

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