Brain ‘pacemaker’ could lessen Alzheimer’s effects Brain ‘pacemaker’ could lessen Alzheimer’s effects
Researchers have found that implanting an electrical device that sends signals to the brain’s frontal lobe appears to slow the advance of certain symptoms caused... Brain ‘pacemaker’ could lessen Alzheimer’s effects

Researchers have found that implanting an electrical device that sends signals to the brain’s frontal lobe appears to slow the advance of certain symptoms caused by Alzheimer’s.


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