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Scientists use gene therapy to take step towards giving paralyzed people control of their hands

The team at King’s College London used gene therapy to repair damage in the spinal cord of rats.

The animals could then pick up and eat sugar cubes with their front paws.

It is early stage research, but experts said it was some of the most compelling evidence that people’s hand function could one day be restored.

Read more on the research at BBC

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