8/25/2008

Italian researchers observed a marked boost in the accuracy of word-recognition memory in Alzheimer's disease patients after one session of transcranial direct current stimulation. The finding suggests that chronic electrical stimulation of the brain's temporoparietal cortex may result in greater improvement, one investigator said. The scientists are conducting a more extensive trial "using repeated session protocols" to determine the long-term effects of the therapy.

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