New approach to treat depression could be a game changer
Researchers at Stanford University have tweaked a long-used technique to treat people with severe depression. The transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) delivers pulses to the brain and speeds up the treatment.
As Lesley McClurg of KQED reports, 80% of the study patients have gone into remission.
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