In an effort to expand TMS treatment to helping those with substance abuse and addiction, researchers at MUSC have determined which areas of the brain are “hot spots” of increased activity by showing participants “drug cues.”
A TMS patient with depression for 15 years uses art to share her experience of depression and treatment after medication had been unsuccessful.
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