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Robotic Rehabilitation Systems Market Paradox and What to Do About It
The market penetration of commercial robotic rehabilitation systems has been minimal, despite the growing social need. Researchers and companies can proactively address the situation. 4 Pages, 1 Table, Non-Member Price: $65, Subscriber Price: $0
By Jim Nash


The market penetration of commercial robotic rehabilitation systems has been minimal, despite the growing social need. Researchers and companies can proactively address the situation.

4 Pages, 1 Table, Non-Member Price: $65, Subscriber Price: $0

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Jim Nash is a business and science writer with bylines in The New York Times, Scientific American, Wired and Forbes.com.

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