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Since 1845, Scientific American has covered the innovations that sit at the nexus of science, business and policy. In its early years, as the Industrial Revolution swept across the U.S., our pages were rife with the focus and expectation that humans inventiveness would ease humankinds labors and improve the world.
Researchers have proposed potential therapies for a paralyzing disorder once thought to be untreatable
Recent genetic and cellular discoveries are among the advances pointing to improved treatments for this increasingly common disorder