Homemade electrostimulation technique raises questions

The noninvasive electrostimulation technique Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation may help treat depression, anxiety and chronic pain. But it is very easy to perform and requires only common batteries and electrodes, raising regulatory challenges for the FDA and the medical community at large. Story

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