London: Scientists have developed a tiny, artificial disc which mimics the flexibility of the spine, a feat they say could revolutionise the treatment of back pain. Developed by a team at Brigham Young University in the US, the "roller" when inserted in the spine replaces damaged discs and provides the same range of movement as the real one.
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