Non-invasive neuromodulation approaches can prevent invasive surgery in Parkinson’s patients

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Sumary of Non-invasive neuromodulation approaches can prevent invasive surgery in Parkinson’s patients:

  • Doctors prescribe oral medication to alleviate the main symptoms and, for a few patients, use deep brain stimulation..
  • The EU FET open project Magneuron, which started in 2016, sought to use the technique to advance cell replacement therapy one step further..
  • explains Rolf Heumann, head of the group molecular neurochemistry at the University Ruhr Bochum, in Germany, and one of the participants in the Magneuron project…

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