WVU performs promising new Alzheimer’s Therapy

UNIVERSITY ARE PROMISING NEW ALZHEIMER’S THERAPY…MARISA MATYOLA TAKES US ON AN EXCLUSIVE BEHIND THE SCENES LOOK AT A GROUNDBREAKING CLINICAL TRIAL. at the West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute performed a procedure that may slow the progression of the deadly disease that currently has no effective treatments. Rezai: “The procedure involves the patient laying down on a MRI table, and then a helmet comes over their head that delivers ultrasound waves into the brain. When you couple these ultrasound waves into the brain with an injection, of what we call micro bubbles, these micro bubbles start oscillating, and they open up

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