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Small Trial Suggests Electromagnetic Waves Can Enhance Cognitive Performance in Alzheimer's Patients

News   Sep 19, 2019 | Original story from the NIH

 
Small Trial Suggests Electromagnetic Waves Can Enhance Cognitive Performance in Alzheimer's Patients

Janet Sizeler, who underwent a transcranial electromagnetic treatment for AD in a clinical trial, is pictured wearing the MemorEM head device with her husband Larry Sizeler. Credit: The researchers/IOS Press

 
 
 

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