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New project launched in Oxford to help amputees

A paper is being published that provides fresh insights into how the brain adjusts to the loss of a hand - and how this varies depending on when this catastrophic event occurs.

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Oxford-based project investigates how the brain reacts to losing a limb

An Oxford based research project is shedding new light on how the brain reacts to the loss of a limb. Experts at the John Radcliffe Hospital hope the study will help improve the therapy offered to new amputees. Dr Tamar Makin, Study Leader explains what they are trying to do.

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