In Alzheimer’s Patients, Deep Brain Stimulation Appears to Be Effective and Safe Treatment

In Alzheimer’s Patients, Deep Brain Stimulation Appears to Be Effective and Safe Treatment
Results from the ADvance trial, a Phase 2 study investigating the safety of deep brain stimulation (DBS) for the treatment of Alzheimer’s disease (AD), lead researchers to believe the treatment is safe and well-tolerated in patients. DBS targets a specific brain structure involved in memory pathways. The research paper, “Bilateral deep brain stimulation of the fornix for

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