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‘I am the 1% that recovers’: Resilience standard set as Russian linguist fights quadriplegia

U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Lauren Arduser, 311th Training Squadron Russian language analyst, is connected to an RT300 by Physical Therapist, Amy Ikpeama, at the St. Louis VA Healthcare System-Jefferson Barracks, Missouri, August 18, 2022. Arduser suffered a spinal cord injury, which interrupted her brain’s ability to control her leg muscles. The RT300 sends manual electrical stimulation to power her leg muscle. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Abbey Rieves)

PHOTO BY: Senior Airman Abbey Rieves
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