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Study shows vagus nerve stimulation significantly reduces rheumatoid arthritis symptoms

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  1. TeresaBCN

    TeresaBCN

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    Several patients reported significant improvements, including some who had previously failed to respond to any other form of pharmaceutical treatment. In addition, no serious adverse side effects were reported.

    The emerging field of bioelectronic medicine aims to target disorders traditionally treated with drugs and instead uses advanced neuromodulation devices that may offer significant advantages. SetPoint is developing a novel proprietary bioelectronic medicine platform to treat a variety of immune-mediated inflammatory diseases, using an implanted device to stimulate the vagus nerve.

    http://www.neuroscientistnews.com/c...on-significantly-reduces-rheumatoid-arthritis
     
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    ebethc Senior Member

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    You read my mind! I was just posting this when I saw your post :)

    Exciting news...
     
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