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There are 2 comments on Lighting Up the Brain

  1. I find this very interesting. I had not heard about anyone using light to be able to visualize the blood flow of the brain. I am looking forward to seeing what this can answer about the brain.

  2. My name is Sal, my wife had a stroke in 2016, it effected her right side. She is 76 years if age, it has effected her balance and most frustrating she has difficulty expressing her thought’s which completely frustrates her and of course me.
    Can she be helped with this fNIRS system?

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