A Depression/switch? by Implanting Electrodes in the Brains of Patients, Doctors Seem to Have Successfully Reversed Some Severe Depressions -- and Provided a New Way of Thinking About Mental Illness
New York Times Magazine 2006 April 2; p. 50-55
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