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Stanford researchers devise treatment that relieved depression in 90% of participants in small study | News Center | Stanford Medicine

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Stanford Medicine researchers used high doses of magnetic stimulation, delivered on an accelerated timeline and targeted to individual neurocircuitry, to treat patients with severe depression.A new form of magnetic brain stimulation rapidly relieved symptoms of severe depression in 90% of participants in a small study conducted by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine.The researchers are conducting a larger, double-blinded trial in which half the participants are receiving fake treatment.

The researchers are optimistic the second trial will prove to be similarly effective in treating people whose condition hasn’t improved with medication, talk therapy or other forms of electromagnetic stimulation.

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