Bioelectronic Medicine

Imagine a world where we treated deadly diseases with electricity instead of pills or chemo. We might not be as far from this reality as you think - Tanya Lewis

Bioelectronic Medicine
Bioelectronic Medicine

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A revolution, Napoleon said, can be neither started nor stopped. In medicine it happens over decades. The emergence of cardiac stents, for example, revolutionized the use of coronary bypass surgery and provided nonsurgical options for millions of patients; decades later their use continues to be debated and improved.

Bioelectronic medicine (BEM) is the most recent…

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 The Body Electric

Bioelectronic medicine (BEM) is the most recent medical revolution — not an innovation or an improvement or a step up but a radical reimagining of our understanding that it should be possible to treat human illnesses using electrical signals to replace some drugs.

Bioelectronic Medicine

Bioelectronic Medicine combines molecular medicine, bioengineering, and neuroscience to discover and develop nerve modulating and sensing technologies to regulate biological processes and treat disease.

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