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New bionic hand 'allows amputee to feel'

Scientists have created a bionic hand which allows the amputee to feel life-like sensations from their fingers.

A Danish man had a hand temporarily wired to nerves in his upper arm, which delivered sensory feedback to his brain.

The BBC's medical correspondent Fergus Walsh reports from Switzerland.

  • 05 Feb 2014
  • From the section Health
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