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tACS Brain Stimulation Provides Short-Term Improvement in Depression Symptoms

News   Mar 12, 2019 | Original Press Release from University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Medicine

 
Can Brain Stimulation Improve Depression Symptoms?

Electrode netting and custom-made technology allows the Frohlich lab at the UNC School of Medicine to stimulate specific parts of the brain in particular ways. Credit: Brian Strickland

 
 
 

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