Exoskeleton suits: can ‘superhuman’ frames cross into the mainstream?

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Wearable machines are gaining approval from medical insurers and state health providers

Companies that make exoskeleton suits are hoping the devices might soon become as commonly provided as wheelchairs.

Private medical insurers and at least three state health providers have agreed to cover the cost of the cyborg-type wearables for people unable to walk.

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