Study proves safety of deep brain stimulation in Alzheimer's patients

Toronto scientists found deep brain stimulation safe for Alzheimer's disease patients after testing the procedure on six people in the early stages of the condition. However, the effectiveness of DBS in the patients is still in question considering only two of the participants showed an improvement a year after stimulation.

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