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First brain implant to treat depression REVEALED (www.dailymail.co.uk)

Inner Cosmos debuted the first brain implant to treat depression. The penny-sized device sits just under the skin of your scalp and sends tiny electrical pulses to the brain once daily for 15 minutes.

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Truckdriver
Truckdriver
14 days ago

Is this the same one John Fetterman had implanted on the base of his skull? Asking for a friend.

stevencasteel
stevencasteel
14 days ago

TLDR:

“Neurotech company Inner Cosmos has unveiled its brain implant, which is designed to treat depression, and implanted the device in a human patient. The ‘digital pill’, which is the size of a penny, includes an electrode that sits under the skin of the scalp and a ‘prescription pod’ that snaps onto the user’s hair to power the device. The implant sends tiny electrical pulses to the brain region affected by depression, the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex, once a day for 15 minutes. Inner Cosmos plans to start a second human trial next month, and the goal is to move away from prescription drugs and toward a more ‘effective treatment’.”

A ‘more effective treatment’ would be getting to the root of the problem by following natural law and living a courageous and moral life.

CaliGirlWonders
CaliGirlWonders
14 days ago
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A ‘more effective treatment’ would be getting to the root of the problem by following natural law and living a courageous and moral life.”

Most certainly.

Kay
Kay
12 days ago

Seems like electro shock therapy rebranded