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Dr. Vikram Rao shares about the implanted device that sits in the skull. It has 8 electrodes that are surgically implanted into the brain. The nodes send pulses to stop a seizure in its tracks. While her seizures are no longer affecting her, Kimberly shares that she can’t feel the device or anything happening at all.
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