Evening Edition: New Study Tries To Return Feeling To Damaged Nerves

New technology is being developed in Israel which tries to return the feeling of touch to amputees and others with severe nerve damage. Tiny sensors are implanted in the nerve of the injured limb and then connected to a healthy nerve which would then send the proper signals to the brain. FOX’s Trey Yingst speaks with Dr. Ben Maoz, Biomedical Engineer at Tel Aviv University and the Maoz Laboratory, about this new technology giving hope to those that have lost limbs or feeling from an injury.