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Swiss-based scientists are making paralyzed rats walk again by injecting cell binding chemicals into their damaged spinal cords, re-awakening the rodent's so-called ''spinal brain''. Phase two trials on humans are planned for next year.

Swiss-based scientists are making paralyzed rats walk again by injecting cell binding chemicals into their damaged spinal cords, re-awakening the rodent's so-called ''spinal brain''. Phase two trials on humans are planned for next year.

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