A study of pet dogs with severe spinal injuries suffered in accidents offers new hope for paralysed human patients.
Scientists restored movement to the dogs' hind legs by bridging breaks in the spinal cord using cells taken from their noses.
The video shows previously crippled dachshund, Jasper, during the course of the treatment:
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