Ultrasound and Gas Bubbles May One Day Deliver Alzheimer’s Treatments Directly to Brain

Ultrasound and Gas Bubbles May One Day Deliver Alzheimer’s Treatments Directly to Brain
Tiny gas bubbles, embedded in a layer of fat molecules, can turn out to be the answer to a difficulty researchers have been struggling with for decades — the delivery of drugs to the brain. The method uses ultrasound to force the drug-containing bubbles over the barrier that prevents most substances from entering the brain. Although human

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