A team of scientists from Korea and the US has designed a wireless, smartphone controlled device using replaceable drug cartridges and Bluetooth that is able to deliver drugs straight into the brain. This device can also stimulate brain cells using light. Researchers believe that this device can accelerate efforts to uncover such diseases as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, depression. So far, the device has been tested in mice. The scientists are interested in further development of the product to make a brain implant for clinical applications.
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