• By Dana Sparks

Could a 'Brain Pacemaker' Stop Epileptic Seizures? (pkg.)

November 16, 2012

Epilepsy is a disease that can control your life. For example, the man you’re about to meet had to give up his driver’s license, his job and much of his social life because of uncontrolled seizures. But a new device being researched at Mayo Clinic is giving him hope. It’s like a pacemaker for your brain that may stop seizures before they happen. Vivien Williams has this report. [TRT 1:38]

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