Brain injury victim communicates for first time in 21 years

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A brain injury victim in Nova Scotia communicated with her mother for the first time in 21 years thanks to new technology. Joellen Huntley, 37, suffered a catastrophic brain injury in a car accident back in 1996. Using eye-motion cameras and software on an iPad, Huntley was able to communicate with her mom and respond to a comment about her clothes.

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