'Robotic legs helped we walk again'
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Aldershot woman raises £80,000 for robotic legs

When she was just 19 years old Lucy Dodd was told that she would never walk again after she developed a rare spinal cord condition.

But following a successful £80,000 fundraising campaign, she is now the proud owner of a pair of robotic legs.

Ms Dodd, who has arteriovenous malformation, is one of just 24 people in the UK who currently use the £80,000 exoskeleton.

The BBC paid her a visit as she learns to use them.

  • 01 Jun 2019
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