Using Electrical Stimulation For Alzheimer’s Disease: John Hopkins study.
The ADvance Study is researching the use of a surgically implanted device that delivers mild electrical pulses to specific areas of the brain in people with Alzheimer’s. This deep brain stimulation (known as DBS) will be given to the fornix, a place in the brain that plays a central role in memory. Based on results of a small study of 6 patients with Alzheimer’s*, the ADvance study is designed to determine if DBS of the fornix (DBS-f) is safe and has potential clinical benefit for patients with mild Alzheimer’s.
The investment of time, money and focus put into this potential symptom treatment brings up questions:
Why hasn't the same amount of research effort gone into PREVENTION - especially into how memory and the brain are impacted by exploding exposure to microwave/radiofrequency people now experience?
Reducing causes would reduce suffering and costs to U.S. health care. But new DBS equipment will be a profitable endeavor as memory-related conditions continue to rise.
Why are they so very careful about stimulating the brain here, yet totally oblivious to and careless about the impact of microwave/radiofrequency radiation's impacts to brains (and bodies)?
Answer: Money and power of the medical wireless industry.