Paralyzed Man Walks After Nose Cells Transplanted Into Spinal Cord

The same cells that give Darek Fidyka his sense of smell are also helping him walk again.
The Bulgarian man, who was paralyzed after a knife attack in 2010, can walk after doctors in Poland transplanted nerve cells from his nose into his severed spinal cord. The successful operation was the first of its kind for regenerative medicine, and Fidyka is believed to be the first man to walk again after having a completely severed spinal cord.
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