New research helps stroke patients

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Paul Zehr works in his research lab where he studies movement, and often focuses on how to help people move freely again after they have a stroke (image courtesy Paul Zehr).
Recovering from a stroke is incredibly difficult.

Simple things like walking or standing can take enormous effort and time.

New research based in Victoria hopes to make it easier to recover from a stroke.

Paul Zehr is the man behind the research.

Host Shelley Joyce speaks with him on the phone.

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