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The ex-soldier battled through his despair and eventually became the first locked-in syndrome victim to walk out of a hospital ward.
Locked-in syndrome is a condition where people have full cognitive ability but are unable to move or speak due to paralysis of voluntary muscles.
"The striking results overturn my own theory that people with complete locked-in syndrome are not capable of communication," says Niels Birbaumer, a neuroscientist at Switzerland's Wyss Center for Bio and Neuroengineering, who co-led the study.
It was different from previous reports in which BCPI were associated with locked-in syndrome and disturbance of consciousness.
The Classical variety is composed of patients with the signs and symptoms of "locked-in syndrome" as originally described by Plum and Posner.
Tony Nicklinson, the locked-in syndrome sufferer who lost his High Court battle for the legal right to end his life when he chooses with a doctor's help, died on Wednesday.
Now, 18 months on, her family, from Haydon Road, have been told Eve suffers from a form of locked-in syndrome whereby she understands everything that is going on but on the outside she cannot move, other than to blink or smile.
The locked-in syndrome sufferer died on Wednesday in his native Wiltshire, England, after failing to win assurance that doctors could help him end his life.
Tony Nicklinson, 58, suffered from locked-in syndrome after suffering a massive stroke during a business trip to Athens in 2005.