November 27th, 2013
12:30 PM ET

Robotic legs allow paraplegics walk upright

Approximately 250,000 Americans have spinal cord injuries. Half are paraplegics.

Until now, for many, even standing upright was an impossible dream. But now, one man's IDEA allows them to do that and so much more.

If you like to know more about "ReWalk", visit http://www.genevents.com/teamrewalk.

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