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Robotic exoskeletons show promise as tool to help kids with cerebral palsy walk easier

14:00 EDT 23 Aug 2017 | STAT

Researchers reported that exoskeletons helped children straighten their legs as they walked, alleviating the knee bend associated with the condition.

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