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Now a wireless brain implant for Alzheimer’s patients and wounded soldiers

India.com Health
Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Now a wireless brain implant for Alzheimer’s patients and wounded soldiersThe Pentagon is looking at a wireless brain implant that allows wounded soldiers to recover motor skills lost through head trauma. According to Bloomberg, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s RFP may one day be able to successfully treat Alzheimer’s disease, Fox News reported. (Read: How is Alzheimer’s linked to anaemia?) Bloomberg said that the… Continue reading →
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