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- Eighteen year-old Reggie Lamour, of Naples, visits with friends and siblings after arriving home from five months of treatment for a spinal cord injury on Thursday, June 20, 2013.  After suffering the injury in January which left Lamour paralyzed, he became a candidate for the Broward Children's Center's Center for Innovative Technology program to receive a diaphragmatic pacing system.  The DPS device replaces a ventilator for quadriplegic patients by stimulating diaphragm muscles to stimulate breathing.

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David Albers/Staff - Eighteen year-old Reggie Lamour, of Naples, visits with friends and siblings after arriving home from five months of treatment for a spinal cord injury on Thursday, June 20, 2013. After suffering the injury in January which left Lamour paralyzed, he became a candidate for the Broward Children's Center's Center for Innovative Technology program to receive a diaphragmatic pacing system. The DPS device replaces a ventilator for quadriplegic patients by stimulating diaphragm muscles to stimulate breathing.

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