There may be a new way to treat Parkinson's disease.
Your brain has stop-and-go circuits to control movement that are believed to malfunction in Parkinson's patients.
Scientists implanted hair-sized fibric optic wires in a mouse's brain and found they were able to activate the go circuit, allowing natural movement.
More research is needed before it can be tested on humans.
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