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How’s The 1st Alzheimer’s Pacemaker Doing?

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Kathy Sanford is the first person in the USA to have a pacemaker implanted in her brain to treat Alzheimer’s. The pacemaker sends electronic signals to stimulate brain activity. See how she’s doing.


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9 years ago

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9 years ago

Great news!!! Keep up the great work doctors, patients, scientists and God bless!!!

Don
Don
9 years ago

I wish you well, Doctor's. We're counting on you!
Don Miller

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