Senses offer new hope for amputees suffering phantom pain

Ian Winson 2012

Ian Winson is one of the "...approximately 80 per cent of amputees who experience 'phantom pain' — ongoing pain and sensations in a limb that is not there" according to "Auckland University of Technology student Aaron Cleland working on a groundbreaking research project which could ease pain for amputees by reconnecting the brain in playful, creative ways."   Hannah Martin

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