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Implanting Pacemaker-Like Devices Into Brains of Anorexic Sufferers Might Help Improve Their Symptoms

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Surgically implanting pacemaker-like devices into the brains of people with severe anorexia might help improve their symptoms, a small Canadian study suggests.


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