France reconsiders neurostimulation:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Clinical trials are to begin in France into the benefits of neurostimulation for people with obsessive compulsive disorder. The technique involves using a stimulating parts of the brain using electrodes. Neurostimulation became unpopular some 50 years ago when the public reacted against the abuse of lobotomies.
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