Wounded Soldiers and Alzheimer's Patients may Now be Treated by a Brain Implant

by Dr. Enozia Vakil on  February 10, 2014 at 10:19 PM Research News
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A wireless brain implant, which is under development at the Pentagon, may now allow wounded soldiers to recover motor skills through lost trauma.
 Wounded Soldiers and Alzheimer's Patients may Now be Treated by a Brain Implant
Wounded Soldiers and Alzheimer's Patients may Now be Treated by a Brain Implant
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According to Bloomberg, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's RFP may one day be able to successfully treat Alzheimer's disease, Fox News reported.

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Bloomberg said that the Darpa initiative isn't designed to recover the type of memories used to recall a person's name, and instead will help wounded warriors recover 'task-based motor skills that are necessary for life or seeking livelihood.

Source: ANI
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