Could Deep Brain Stimulation Be Used to Treat Addiction?

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A new clinical trial aims to treat addiction by going inside the brain. Doctors at West Virginia University are trying deep brain stimulation to treat opioid addicts. The Director of Addiction Services from the university James Berry shares how deep brain stimulation works to dampen one’s desire to use opiates.