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FLEXING THE TONGUE: This undated handout photo provided by the Shepherd Center shows Jason DiSanto navigating an obstacle course in an electric-powered wheelchair by issuing commands with a magnetic tongue piercing. The 50-meter-long course, at the Shepherd Center in Atlanta, Ga., included 13 turns and 24 obstacles, requiring tongue drive users to make U-turns, move in reverse and negotiate a loop. (AP Photo/Georgia Tech, Gary Meek)

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