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 US Trial of Libra Deep Brain Stimulation System for Parkinson's Is Moving Along

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Date posted: 14/06/2009

St. Jude Medical has announced that all the 136 patients in a study testing the effectiveness of Libra DBS for symptoms of Parkinson's have been implanted with the device. The deep brain stimulation system targets either the subthalamic nucleus or globus pallidus interna regions of the brain involved in muscle movement.

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