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A pacemaker for the brain helped a woman with crippling depression. It may soon offer hope to others

  • Deep brain stimulation shows promise for treating depression in millions of Americans, with the FDA expediting Abbott Laboratories' review for DBS use.
  • DBS treatment involves targeted electrical impulses mimicking brain pacemakers, aiding in emotional circuitry relief for depression patients.
  • Recent research tracks progress in DBS patients' recovery through unique brain patterns, aiming to distinguish between typical mood fluctuations and potential depression relapses.
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