Brain Pacemaker Holds Great Promise

Researchers Now Know Timing Is Everything

Brain_powerAfter decades of study, researchers have refined the process for using electrodes implanted in the brain to stimulate memory.  This pacemaker for the brain holds tremendous promise for dementia patients, people with head injuries or other conditions.  The Pentagon’s Defense Advance Research Project Agency, which has spent $77 million to advance cognitive stimulation, views this latest study a great breakthrough.

Read the full New York Times article.

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